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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 



PUBLIC DOCUMENTS 

SESSION 1919 




liALKIGH 

KlIWARDS & BRIMfillTOX PRINTIKO Co. 

Statk Printers 
1920 



CONTENTS 



Doc. No. 

1. Message of Governor Bickett to the General Assembly, 1919. 

2. Biennial Report of the Secretary of State, 1917-1918. 

4. Biennial Report of the State Treasurer, 1917-1918. 

5. Annual Report of State Auditor for 1918. 

6. Biennial Report of Attorney-General, 1917-1918. 

7. Biennial Report of State Highway Commission, 1917-1918. 

8. Biennial Report of North Carolina State College of Agriculture and 

Engineering, 1917-1918. 

9. Biennial Report of North Carolina Department of Agriculture. 

1917-1918. 

10. Biennial Report of North Carolina Library Commission. 1917-191S. 

11. Biennial Report of State School for the Blind and the Deaf, 1917-1918. 

12. Biennial Report of State Hospitals for the Insane, 1917-1918. 
15. Biennial Report of the State's Prison, 1917-1918. 

17. Biennial Report of State Librarian, 1917-1918. 

20. Biennial Report of State Board of Health, 1917-1918. 

21. Biennial Report of North Carolina Historical Commission. 1917-1918. 

22. Biennial Report of East Carolina Teachers Training School, 1917-1918. 

23. Biennial Report of Caswell Training School, 1917-1918. 

24. Biennial Report ot Fisheries Commission Board. 1917-1918. 

30. Biennial Report of State Home and Industrial School for Girls and 
Women, 1917-1918. 



MESSAGE OF 

GOVERNOR T. W. BICKETT 



TO 



THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
of 1919 



M ESSAGE OF 

GOVERNOR T. W. BICKETT 



THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
OF 1919 



The General Assembly of 1917 adjourned on the 7th day of March, 
and on the 6tli day of April the United States entered the World War. 
The ensuing period taxed the strength of our Government and tested 
the character of our people. It is cause for profound gratitude that the 
Government and people have emerged from the great ordeal as "gold 
tried in the fire." 

Hot with righteous indignation, the country unleashed its pent-up 
powers and rushed to the fray with a fury and efficiency that brought 
confusion and terror to our enemies and wonder and joy to our friends. 
The world was first dazed and then delighted at the spectacle of a 
mighty nation going to war, desiring nothing but good and fearing 
nothing but God. 

In this inspiring drama of ideals in arms, North' Carolina played a 
noble part. To the Army and the Navy she contributed 79,863 men. 
And what men they were ! Cradled in a State where disloyalty is a 
monstrosity and cowardice a crime, stirred by memories of valiant sires, 
exalted by the consciousness that at home every man was accounted a 
hero, and goaded by a long series of insults and injuries they hurled 
themselves at the foe with a divine scorn of costs and consequences, and 
the Hindenbnrg line was not. 

But money power is necessary to the effective use of man power, and 
to the call of tlie nation for this vital sinew of war our people responded 
in heroic fashion. 

We invested 

In Liberty Bonds $ 110,208,950 

In War Stamps 37,000,000 

In Federal taxes 100,574,417 



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For the support of the war we gave 

To the Red Cross 1,750,000 

To the Y. M. C. A 323,870 

To the United War Work Fund 1,422,485 

To the Jewish War Relief Fund 154,000 

Making a grand total of $ 251,433,722 

These are eloquent figures, and hear immortal testimony to the cour- 
age and patriotism of our people. 

And the people not only gave their sons and their money, hut with 
these they gave themselves to the winning of the war. All the moral 
and spiritual forces of the State were mohilized in magnificent array. 
Before their resolute advance no slaekerism could stand, and in their 
shining presence no selfish thought could live. 

It would ill hecome the exalted dignity of their character to cheapen 
the women of the State with fulsome praise. SuiRce it to say that once 
again they exemplified and glorified the genius of woman for sacrificial 
service. They gave their sons to the Nation and to humanity, while 
their eyes flashed and their hearts hied. They worked as hard as the 
men worked, and prayed m.ore. In a hundred ways they contributed 
to the physical comfort of the soldiers and then broke for them the 
alabaster box of an immeasurable love, whose fragrance fills ihe earth. 

It would be unjust to close this review of the war without making 
special mention of the men who administered the Selective Service Law. 
These men have been the shock absorbers in the engine of war. They 
stood between the Government and the people and got hard kicks from 
both. Their's was the hardest, most thankless, and, at the same time, the 
most necessary work of the war. They did it miraculously well, and in 
the pre.sence of this assembly I want to voice acknowledgment of the 
debt the State can never pay. 

WHAT SHALL THE H.^RVEST BE? 

But why did we fight, and for what? To shift Prussianism from 
Potsdam to Washington ? To transfer militarism from Germany to 
France? To dethrone autocracy in Berlin and set it up in London? It 
is not so written in the call to arms. The President proclaimed that we 
are going to war to destroy autocracy wherever found, to send militarism 
to the scrap heap of civilization, and to secure blessings of liberty under 
laws of righteousness for all the children of men. Amid the clamor and 
confusion of social and political strife, above the tread of hostile armies, 
his voice rang out like the prophet in the wilderness proclaiming a new 
dispensation in the life of nations. The whole world was fascinated by 



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the celestial note in that high clear call. Ministers of the Gospel stood 
behind the sacred desk and in the name of the Prince of Peace urged 
men to go forth to war. Teachers gathered children about them and fired 
their young hearts vnth the story that America was fighting that every 
child in all the earth might enter into its birthright of happiness and 
hope. Gentle women thrust guns into the hands of their sons and sped 
them forth to battle for a civilization that would forever guard the weak 
from the rapacity of the strong. All classes and conditions of men stood 
upon a hundred thousands platforms and burned it into the hearts of 
the people that we were pouring out our blood and treasure in order 
to dig up militarism root and branch, and burn it in the uiiquenchable 
fire of humanity's righteous wrath. The press in ten million flaming 
headlines proclaimed that we were in a death-grapple with the very 
soul of war, and that the Nation must never lower its arms until Prus- 
sianism and all its preachments should be swept from the earth forever 
and forever. 

In such fashion and for such purpose this USTation went to war; but 
now when victory has come we find in certain quarters a sudden change 
of front. Envy is spreading its deadly poison and avarice would capi- 
talize the blood of the slain. In high quarters we hear the insidious 
suggestion that it was well to kneel before our altars while men were 
dying for the faitli, but now practical men will consign their altars to 
the cellar and set up their bargain counters. Some men of note and 
others of notoriety sneer at the simple faith of folks who still believe 
that we are going to get out of this war j^recisely what we went in for. 
These men today view with alarm the program of righteousness and 
enduring peace, to which in the days that tried men's souls they pointed 
with passionate pride. 

And when the President of the United States crossed the seas to 
translate our ideals into a peace pact that will for a thousand years 
deliver humanity from the burdens and horrors of war, the high priests 
of profit and privilege launched their anathema against him, and seek 
to discount and dishonor the man whom the ends of the earth hail as 
the prophet and builder of a better day. 

Such men are a fearful menace to the safety of this Nation and the 
peace of all mankind. They undermine the faith of the people in the 
integrity of the Government, in the sanctity of its promises and the 
beneficence of its purposes. They are piling up inflammable material 
for the torch of Bolshevism. We might as well look the facts squarely 
in the face. This world must accept the wholesome, constructive ideal- 
ism of Woodrow Wilson and Lloyd George, or welter in the morbid, de- 
structive fanaticism of Liebknecht and Lenine. 



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Therefore, in order that we may reap where we have sown, that our 
dead may not have died in vain, I urge this General Assembly to send a 
memorial to the American Peace Commissioners in France, beseeching 
them to incorporate into the Treaty of Peace such a League of Nations 
as will in every practicable way make war between enlightened nations 
forever impossible. 

A WOETHY MEMORIAL 

In camp and field our soldiers made the supreme sacrifice to save the 
ideals of this republic. It now behooves us to make every needful sacri- 
fice to perpetuate these ideals in increased purity and power. The finest 
memorial we can build to our brave is a State that ^vill rank as high 
over here as they did "over there." 

Our first thought in the building of this State should be the welfare 
of the children, for "the child is father to the man." Every child has 
a natural right to his father's protecting care. Neither the sins of the 
father nor the weakness of the mother can abridge in any degree this 
inherent right. It follows that every child has a right to know who 
his father is. The black letter law that a child may be a nullius filius, 
a son of nobody, is as base in morals as it is false in biology. Our whole 
law on this subject is antiquated and inadequate and should be wiped 
from the books. A new law should provide that when a child is born 
out of wedlock, it shall be the duty of the local representative of the 
State Board of Public Welfare to bring a civil action in the name of 
the State of North Carolina upon the relation of the child for the pur- 
pose of locating and identifying the father. The action should be 
brought in the Superior Court, tried in solemn form before a judge 
and jury and the findings should he made a permanent record, in the 
archives of the Court. The father thus located and identified should be 
charged with the maintenance and education of such child in precisely 
the same degree as if the child had been born in lawful wedlock. Such 
a child should not be made the heir of such a father, as this might lead 
to fraud and would be an injustice to the lawful mother and wife, but 
in all other respects the father should be made to carry the responsi- 
bilities of paternity and be indictable if he fails to do so. Such a law 
would not only be just to these sinless children of sin, but would have a 
wholesome tendency to reduce their number. 

EVERY CHILD HAS A NATURAL RIGHT TO A FAIR START 

The State is a party to an awful crime against childhood when it per- 
mits idiots and imbeciles to perpetuate their species. The law very 
properly forbids the marriage of these unfortunate creatures and it 
should be equally diligent in preventing their illicit increase. The 



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State should take steps to render it impossible for any person adjudged 
by a competent board to be an incurable mental defective to transmit 
that infirmity to generations unborn ; such a law would be the essence 
of humanity and of common sense. 

Again, the State is a party to a crime against childhood and against 
womanhood when it permits a marriage license to be issued to a man 
afflicted with a contagious disease due to vice. The law should require 
a health certificate to be presented by every man who applies for a mar- 
riage license. The population in our hospitals for the insane is increas- 
ing so rapidly that it seems to be impossible for the State to erect build- 
ings ill which to keep them. A large percentage of these unfortunate 
creatures are the children of people who are themselves mental defectives 
or whose blood has been tainted by vice. The only way to stop this 
muddy, murky current is at its source. 

Every child has a natural right to have any mental or physical defect 
corrected, if it be in the power of medical or surgical skill. The inci- 
dental fact that the parents may not be able to pay for the necessary 
treatment, in no way affects the right of the child. The General Assem- 
bly of 1917 made a wholesome start in this direction by the enactment 
of chapter 244, Public Laws of 1917, but the scope of that chapter 
should bo greatly enlarged and the appropriation increased from ten to 
at least fifty thousand dollars per annum. We cannot claim to main- 
tain an intelligent, much less a Christian civilization, if a child be 
allowed to stagger through life under the handicap of a mental or 
physical infirmity for the want of a few dollars. Indeed, it is an eco- 
nomical blunder for society to permit an adult to become a mental or 
physical derelict for want of proper surgical or medical treatment. It 
i.-< cheaper to correct these infirmities than to pay for the up-keep of 
these derelicts in charitable institutions. 

In addition to the physical examinations of public school children, 
tliere should be a compulsory course in physical culture maintained in 
every public school. Setting-np exercises should be required every day 
just as they are in the training camps for the soldiers. 

LOXr.ER AND BETTER SCHOOLS 

The right of every child to an education is now universally conceded. 
It is also conceded that the duty to provide educational facilities up to 
a certain point rests upon the State. The old argument that one man 
ought not to be taxed to educate the child of another has gone into the 
di.scard, and any man who cherishes this once popular notion is ashamed 
to admit it. 

But our works have not kept pace with our faith, and this General 
Assembly should re.solutely set its face to execute the mandate of the 



8 • Document No. 1 [Session 

people, vt'lio, by a majority of more than one hundred thousand, have 
decreed that every child in l^orth Carolina must have the opportunity 
to go to school at least six months in the year. To provide the machinery 
and the money for carrying out this constitutional mandate is at once 
the plain duty and the high privilege of this General Assembly. 

A bill in the nature of a suggestion will be submitted in due time to 
your appropriate committees. This administration is not wedded to the 
details of any particular bill, but the six-months school must be main- 
tained. Therefore, I urge you gentlemen not to indulge in destructive 
criticisms of the bill, but to point out how the thing can be done in a 
better way. Such information will be received with joy by the very 
people who have taxed their energies in framing the best bill possible 
under the circumstances. 

One principle I desire to emphasize, the child is the ward of the State. 
The organic law of the State requires that every child shall have the 
benefit of a six-months school, no matter where the child may live. 
While it is the duty of counties and communities to do all they reason- 
ably can, this in no way relieves the State of its supreme obligation to 
the child. Therefore, it is the duty of this General Assembly to make 
it absolutely certain that the school-house door shall be open to every 
child in our borders for six months in the year. 

HOW CAN THET BE T.iVGHT EXCEPT THERE BE .K TEACHER ? 

For some years the salaries paid the teachers in our public schools 
have been inadequate. During the last two years school teachers would 
have starved but for the assistance of relatives and friends. It is simply 
impossible to keep schools open under these conditions and the State is 
confronted with the necessity of increasing the wages paid teachers in 
our public schools at least 50 per cent. The average salary paid these 
teachers last year was $45.72 per month. This General Assembly should, 
without a dissenting vote, enact a law making the minimum salary for 
a teacher who holds a first-grade certificate, $65.00. Such a law would 
in no way prevent the payment of higher salaries in special-tax districts 
and in our cities and to^vns. 

A COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AND CHILD-LABOR LAW 

The right of the child to an education at the hands of the State car- 
ries with it the right of the State to compel the child to take advantage 
of the facilities provided. In duty bound the State erects the buildings 
and employs the teachers, and having thus done its part, a binding 
obligation rests upon the parent and the child to do their part. This 
General Assembly should in short order enact a law compelling every 



1919] Document Xo. 1 9 

child between the ages of eight and fourteen to attend school during 
the entire term of the public school in the district in which the child 
resides. Appropriate machinery should be provided for the strict en- 
forcement of this law. 

Coupled with and as a part of the compulsory school law should be a 
child-labor law. The first sections of the act should provide for com- 
pulsorv attendance upon school ; the latter sections should make it un- 
lawful for any mill or factory to employ any child between the ages of 
eight and fourteen during the public-school term. Of course no child 
under seventeen can be employed under existing laws. 

The weakness of child-labor legislation has been that it has dealt 
with the subject only in a negative way. It has declared that the 
child shall not work, but has not concerned itself with what the child 
shall do. The treatment of the problem has been not unlike that of the 
mother who told the servant to go out in the yard and see what the chil- 
dren were doing and make them stop it. A law that takes the child out 
of the factory and dumps it into the street is hurtful both to the child 
and to society. The law should say the child shall not work and further- 
more that he .shall go to school. In fact, the law should be primarily a 
part of the educational policy of the State and only in an incidental way 
a child-labor law. The law should be enforced by the officers of the 
educational department and it should be the duty of the truant officer 
to go out and find the child, whether in a factory or on the street, and 
place him in school. 

Provision might be made with proper safeguards for permitting a 
child between twelve and fourteen to work in a factory after the public- 
school term has expired, provided a certificate can be obtained showing 
that the child had actually attended the school during the entire term. 

SANITARY CLOSETS 

As a part of tlie general welfare scheme, I make the following addi- 
tional recommendations. A general law should be enacted making it 
compul.sory for the o\\nier of property on which a closet is located within 
three hundred feet of the dwelling house of any other person, to main- 
tain a sanitary closet in accordance with plans and specifications ap- 
proved by the State Board of Health. Such sanitary closets would pre- 
vent the undue spread of typhoid fever, hook-wonn, intestinal tubercu- 
losis, and other intestinal diseases. Besides many diseases are brought 
on by the absence of commodious, sanitary and convenient toilet facili- 
ties. Especial attention should be given to toilets for use in schools 
aiul all places where people assemble in large numbers. 



10 Document No. 1 [Session 

I make a special recommendation that the General Assemtly at once 
order the State Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds to provide 
on or near the Capitol grounds commodious and sanitary toilet facili- 
ties for both sexes and both races. The necessity for such facilities is 
apparent and imperative. 

THE UPKEEP OF KOADS 

The failure .to provide for the upkeep of roads, where bonds have 
been issued to build them, is the acme of umvisdom. Such a policy is 
on a par with that of the man who plants a crop and then refuses to 
cultivate it. This General Assembly should immediately pass a law 
compelling every county in the State where bonds have been issued, 
or may hereafter be issued, for the construction of roads, to levy an 
annual up-keep tax of not less than 3, and not more than 5 per cent 
of the amount of bonds issued for their construction. 

THE FEDERAL ROAD ACT 

There seems to be a probability that Congre.ss will appropriate a hun- 
dred million dollars annually to build good roads. North Carolina's 
part of this appropriation will be about two million two hundred and 
fifty thousand dollars annually, and in order to obtain this sum the 
State will have to make provision for the expenditure of a similar 
amount. The vital question is where can the money be found. I have 
been urged to recommend that the State issiie bonds to this amount an- 
nually for ten years, making a total bond issue of twenty-two million 
dollars. I regret that I cannot endorse .such a measure. It is doubtful 
that the State could market bonds in this amoimt. Even if we could 
sell the bonds it would be unwise to clothe a central board with power 
to say where the roads should be located. Every county in the State 
would demand that the roads be run through that county, and the 
several townships in the counties would contend among themselves for 
the location. This always happens when the communities that get the 
roads pay no more than those that do not. The wise course would seem 
to be to leave it to the several counties to say whether or not they both 
desire and are willing to pay for these roads. 

With respect to sand-clay and gravel roads, the general road law noAv 
in force would seem to be adequate to meet the situation. But with re- 
spect to great macdamized or asphalt highways, new provisions would 
have to be made. The new law should provide for establishing these 
great highways on the basis of the Federal Government paying one-half 
the cost, the county one-fourth and the abutting landowners on either 
side one-eighth. This is the principle followed in paving the streets in 



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our cities, and there is no reason wliy it should not be applied to these 
great permanent highways. The lauds abutting on the highway would 
be doubled and quadrupled in value. The time would soon come when 
water mains and electric light lines would be established along these 
highways and the abutting lands would sell by the front-foot instead 
of by the acre. People living along these highways would enjoy prac- 
tically all the advantages of town and city life. Such a scheme would 
prevent unseemly scrambles among the people, and communities ob- 
taining the roads would pay for what they got. 

THE SHORT B.iLLOT 

At the expense of repetition I am constrained to again insist that the 
principle of the short ballot should be applied to all State administra- 
tive offices. There is something attractive to the popular mind in the 
theory that all the people select these officials, but the truth is that the 
people do no such thing. A few men, an average of not more than three, 
select themselves as candidates and then the people are accorded the 
privilege of saying in the primaries which of these three are least ob- 
jectionable. There never was a more tragic delusion than that the people 
select these officials. 

But if the people should be actually consulted it is plain that all the 
people cannot secure sufficient information about the qualifications of a 
man for these administrative offices to enable them to arrive at a 
conclusion satisfactory to themselves. 

There is no more reason for electing the Governor's Council than 
there is for electing the President's Cabinet. I take it that no one would 
favor electing the President of the University by a vote of all the people, 
and yet the people can pass upon his qualifications quite as well as they 
can on those of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. The 
Commissioner of Agriculture is elected by the people, the President of 
the Agricultural College is elected by a board of trustees, and yet the 
people can pass upon the qualifications of the President of the College 
quite as intelligently as they can upon the qualifications of the Com- 
missioner. Presidents of railroads and other corporations are selected 
by small boards of directors. Railroad commissioners and corporation 
commissioners are elected by all the people. Who are most efficiently 
served by their chosen officials ? 

T have supreme faith in the judgment of all the people when they 
know the facts. They can know the facts about a few men on a ticket. 
They should vote for these few, and then hold them rigidly responsible 
for results. 



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Only tlie Governor and the Lieutenant Governor should be elected, 
but a complete change would require a constitutional amendment, and 
hence as a start in the right direction, I urge this General Assembly to 
enact a law that all State administrative officers whose election by the 
people is not required by the Constitution shall hereafter be appointed 
by the Governor. Of course the Commissioner of Agriculture should be 
elected by the Board of Agriculture, and the heads of our several insti- 
tutions by boards of directors or trustees. 

A HOrSE FOR THE FARMERS 

When any citizen, or a stranger within the gates, comes into my 
office and asks where the Department of Agi'iculture is located I am 
ashamed to tell him. The quarters of the Agricultural Department 
would do no credit to a county agricultural society. They are a dis- 
grace to the imperial State of Xorth Carolina. I beseech this General 
Assembly to authorize the Department of Agriculture to erect for its 
own use a building in keeping with the dignity of our greatest indus- 
try. The building ought to be the very handsomest one in the State. 
North Carolina today ranks seventh in the value of her ag^i-icultural 
products. The Department is doing a great work and deserves to be 
properly housed. 

THE STATE PRISOX 

I renew the recommendation made in my Inaugural Address that the 
entire administration of the State Prison should be conducted from the 
State Farm. I have consulted the Board of Directors of the prison, who 
are men of the very finest business judgment, and they are all of opinion 
that such a change would make for efficiency and economy in the admin- 
istration of the prison. The Board should be directed to erect upon the 
State Farm suitable administration buildings, to establish a heating and 
lighting plant, and to run a branch railroad from the Atlantic Coast 
Line to the center of the farm. 

I deem it my duty to take notice of the popular delusion that the 
State Prison is a great reservoir from which labor for any and all 
purposes may be drawn. There are at the present writing in the State 
Prison, including the department for the criminal insane, 778 convicts. 
Of these 120 are kept in the Central Prison and are unable to do any 
regular work. At the State Farm there are 344 prisoners, 23 of these 
being women. At Badin and at Bridgewater there are 256. The strongest 
prisoners are Badin and at Bridgewater. !N^ot more than half of the 
prisoners at the State Farm are capable of doing regular hard work on 
the public roads. Two years ago there were in the prison 967, and 
although the last General Assembly enacted two laws, calculated to in- 



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crease tlie number of prisoners, tovrit, tlie law requiring men convicted 
of manufacturing whiskey to be sent to tlie prison for at least one year, 
and the law not permitting any one to be sent to the public roads for 
more than five years, there has been a reduction in the prison popula- 
tion of 189 prisoners, or, approximately, 20 per cent. If the bone-dry 
laws, the increased and improved educational facilities, and the whole 
program for better social and industrial conditions are worth what we 
confidently believe they are, then there is a reasonable hope that the num- 
ber of convicts in the State Prison will steadily decrease. Hence it is 
idle for the State to embark in any work in the expectation of doing it 
with convict labor. 

Propositions come to my office asking for convict labor for every sort 
of work under the sun, based upon the delusion that the supply of labor 
is inexhaustible, that the State pays the expenses of the prison and that 
the available labor can be used without any regard for business con- 
siderations. 

The State does not appropriate one penny for the support of the 
prison. The able-bodied prisoners who do not represent more than 
two-thirds of the population must earn their own living and the living 
of those imable to work, the salaries of all the officials and employees 
of the prison, the equipment, improvements and repairs, and also the 
per diem allowed the prisoners themselves under the law. 

Considerations of humanity are against working the convicts on the 
public roads. The quarters of convicts must be safe and they must be 
sanitary. It is well-nigh impossible to comply with both of these re- 
quirements in building temporary quarters save at prohibitive expense. 
I understand that there is one and there may be more, safe and sanitary 
county convict camps in the State, but personally I never saw one that 
was fit for the abode of any human being. 

If we be sincere in our loud protests against inhumanity to those "be- 
hind closed doors," if we really desire to do them good and not evil dur- 
ing the period of their imprisonment, if we want to make them in fact 
prisoners of hope and not of despair, and send them out into the world 
better citizens than when they entered the prison walls, then we will 
place them in quarters and surround them with conditions that will 
I)re.serve their health, improve their minds and morals, and build up 
their self-respect. 

These conditions can be found on a farm better than anywhere el.se, 
and if we really desire a model prison, the place to build it up is on the 
State Farm. 

The sngsestion that the convicts compete with the farmers is not well 
founded. In making their own feed and food supplies the convicts cer- 
tainly do not compete with the farmers, for the farmers of Worth Caro- 



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lina do not produce enough of these commodities for their own uses, 
and the amount of cotton produced on the farm could not possibly 
affect the price of cotton to the extent of a dollar on a thousand 
bales. 

I renew the recommendation made in my Inaugural Address that the 
State Prison be remodeled and converted into a hospital for the insane. 
The building cannot be made suitable for patients who can be cured by 
scientific treatment, but there are in our hospitals both at Raleigh and 
at Morganton, many patients for whom the greatest alienists can do noth- 
ing. All that can be done for these poor creatures is to keep them in a 
place where they cannot hurt themselves or others, and where they will 
be physically comfortable. The State Prison building can be arranged 
to take care of this class of patients and make room in the other hospitals 
for patients for whom there is some ray of hope. 

A CHANCE FOB THE SHEEP 

The sheep industry ought to be fostered in North Carolina, and I 
recommend that a law be enacted forbidding owners of dogs to allow 
them to run at large at night. Such a law would entail no expense upon 
the owners, and would afford a large measure of protection to the sheep. 

FEDERAL PROHIBITION 

I shall lay before the General Assembly at once the proposed amend- 
ment to the Federal Constitution making it unlawful to manufacture or 
sell intoxicating liquors in the United States. The mind of North Caro- 
lina is already made up on this subject, and I assume that the amend- 
ment will be promptly ratified. 

LAW ENFORCEMENT 

There is nothing so demoralizing as the non-enforcement of the law. 
It makes a good citizen lose faith in the law and the bad citizen lose 
respect for the law. If a law cannot be enforced it ought to be repealed. 
The greatest hindrance to the due enforcement of the general law is 
local prejudice or indifference. In a government by the people this 
will always be so. The natural remedy for this evil is officials who will 
not be subject to local influences. This is the principal reason why Fed- 
eral laws are generally enforced better than State iaws. 

I recommend the enactment of a law along the following lines : Make 
it the duty of all sheriffs, deputies, constables, and police officials to co- 
operate 'W'ith all Federal officials and with each other in the enforcement 
of the law. Clothe the Governor with power to send any of the county 
or city officials above mentioned into any part of the State, and pay their 



1919] Document No. 1 15 

per diem and expenses wliile on duty outside of their own county. Upon 
complaint made in writing by as many as five reputable citizens that any 
official in Worth Carolina is not enforcing the law, authorize the Gover- 
nor to direct the Attorney-General to investigate the complaint, and if 
he finds it well grounded to bring an ouster proceeding against the de- 
linquent official in any county in the State, which the Attorney-General 
may designate. Make it the duty of the solicitor to prosecute the ouster 
proceeding under the direction of the Attorney-General. The bill I am 
suggesting creates no office, but simply enables the State to use, to the 
best advantage, the officials we already have. 

THE PRIMARY LAW 

The primary law should be radically strengthened or repealed. I pre- 
fer to strengthen it. The undue use of money in the primaries is a 
debauchery of the people and a fraud on good citizens who desire to 
obey the law. The law should forbid any candidate to employ any 
one to work for him in the primary, save in a purely clerical capacity. 
Xo mortal man can run and mark the line between paying a field worker 
for his legitimate services and buying his influence. Because of this 
the primary has bred a race of political heelers who stand around all 
the day idle because "no man hath hired them," and are ready, at the 
first or the eleventh hour, to go into the vineyard and work valiantly for 
any man until another comes along and raises the price. 

If a man has not impressed himself and his fitness for an office on his 
friends to the extent that they will be mlling to do a reasonable amount 
of work for his nomination A^-ithout money and without price, he ought 
not to be allowed to develop a wholly artificial following by the employ- 
ment of a host of professional boosters. 

Lending money to or endorsing the notes of insolvent persons or lend- 
ing money to solvent persons with no intention of ever collecting it is a 
favorite device for evading the law again.st the excessive use of money 
in the primaries. This ought to be stopped, and every candidate should 
be required to publish at the end of each week with his expense account 
a list of all loans or endorsements made by him. 

Every newspaper and moving-picture show or other advertising 
aeency should be required to publish at the end of each week the amount 
of all sums of money paid or contracted to be paid by candidates or 
friends of candidates during the preceding week. 

The law should further contain a provision that if any candidate shall 
expend, or knowingly permit others to expend for him a larger sum of 
money than allowed by law, he .shall forfeit the nomination, and it .shall 
go to the candidate receiving the next highest vote. 



16 Document a\o. 1 [Session 

Adequate provision should be made for the proper canvassing board 
to find the facts and declare null and void the nomination of any can- 
didate where it appears that the same was obtained by fraud, or that 
the candidate has expended a greater sum of money than allowed by law. 
To allow a candidate to defy the law and to practice all manner of 
fraiids and provide no adequate remedy is a mockery and a crime. In 
the very nature of the case the courts cannot afford relief in time 
to be of any practical value. The jurisdiction to hear and determine 
the facts should reside in the canvassing boards and their findings 
should be made final. The primary ought to be made the unbribed ex- 
pression of the popular will, or it ought to be sent to the scrap heap. 

TAXATION 

Every citizen of North Carolina is entitled to take pride in the won- 
derful growth of our State. This growth calls for larger revenues to 
meet the just demands of a progressive civilization. It is as foolish 
to complain about increased State expenses as for the father of a grow- 
ing family to complain about increased family expenses. If a man will 
consult his own family expense account he will be prepared to view with 
sympathy and intelligence the situation that today confronts the State 
of North Carolina. The State is simply a big family, and must buy the 
same commodities that other families buy, and the high cost of these 
commodities make it imperative to increase the salaries of all those who 
serve the State. It also follows that the appropriations for the main- 
tenance of our charitable and educational institutions must be sub- 
stantially larger than heretofore. During the last two years these in- 
stitutions have practiced economy to the point of cruelty, and yet today 
they are in debt to the amount of $183,478.13. This deficit will have to 
be wiped out, and provision made, not only for the increased cost of 
commodities, but for the ever-growing numbers that are clamoring 
for admittance to all our State institutions. The lengthening of the 
public school term from four months to six, the increase in the salaries 
of teachers from $45 to $65 per month will, in themselves, make neces- 
sary additional annual revenue to the amount of two and a half millions 
of dollars. 

These are large figures, but they are not appalling. Last year the 
State of North Carolina paid in taxes for the support of the Federal 
Government, seventy millions of dollars, a sum greater than has been 
expended on the State Government for State purposes during the en- 
tire period since the Civil War, and we are not paupers yet. The truth 
is, gentlemen, North Carolina is entirely too poor to mis-spend a 



1919] DociMEXT Xo. 1 17 

dollar, but slie is abimdautlv rieli enougli to spend whatever sum may 
be necessary to maintain within her borders a wholesome and enlight- 
ened civilization. 

IMMEDIATE AND IMPERATIVE DEMANDS 

In order to meet the present and imperative demands of the treasury, 
I recommend the following privilege taxes : 

1. On the operation of automobiles double the present license tax, the 
increase to go to the general fund for the support of schools or any 
other object the General Assembly may determine. This automobile 
tax will hurt no one. If a man feels that he is not able to pay this addi- 
tional amount on his automobile in order to keep the children of the 
State out of ignorance, then let him walk and improve his health. 

2". A tax of 10 per cent on the sale price of all patented and proprie- 
tary medicines. This will be no burden on the manufacturer of these 
nostrums, for it is well known that the average compound that sells 
for $1 a bottle does not cost more than 25 cents. If by this tax the 
people are led to consume less of these drugs, so much the better, for 
I heartily agree with the distinguished physician in Massachusetts 
who said that if every drug known to the pharmacopceia should be 
dumped into the Atlantic Ocean no one would be hurt except the 
fishes. 

3. A tax of 5 per cent on all syrups used in soft drinks and sold at 
fountains or in bottles. The manufacturer can reduce the amount of 
syrup per glass or bottle one-twentieth, and whatever he takes out will be 
a blessing to the consumer. 

4. A tax of not less than 3, nor more than 5 per cent on the purchase 
price of tobaccos in every form. 

The principle adopted in this schedule is to raise necessary revenues 
in a way that will entail the least hardships on the citizen. The taxes 
above mentioned will compel no one to go without anything that is 
es.sential to clean, wholesome, comfortable living. All these taxes are 
approved by the Special Tax Commission and by the State Tax Com- 
mission, and machinery for their enforcement can be easily devised. 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS 

In order to give the State a better permanent system of taxation, cer- 
tain constitutional amendments are necessary. 

1. The poll tax .should be strictly limited to $2, all payable to the 
State for the benefit of the public schools, and no county, town or 
special district should be allowed to levy any poll tax whatever. In son-e 
of our cities the poll tax range-s from $6 to $8. This is an outrageous 
burden on the head of the poor man. 



18 Document No. 1 [Session 

2. Wearing apparel, houseliold and kitchen furniture, the working 
implements of the farmer and the mechanic, the books and scientific 
instruments of the student, to the aggregate amount of $300, should be 
made absolutely exempt from taxation. The present Constitution au- 
thorizes the General Assembly to make such an exemption, and the Con- 
stitution should be amended so as to make the exemption absolute. 
North Carolina can get along without taxing these comforts and con- 
veniences of the home, and they should not cumber the tax books. 

3. Incomes above $1,000 for an unmarried person and $1,500 for ;i 
married person should he taxed, no matter from what source derived, 
except incomes from State and Government bonds. Under the present 
income law wage-earners are the only class of people who pay an in- 
come tax. There are numerous cases where the head of the business 
receives an income of from $10,000 to $100,000 a year and pays no in- 
come tax, while every person in his employ who receives a salary of over 
$1,250 is compelled to pay the tax. The Federal law makes no such dis- 
crimination, and there is no reason why the State law should do so. 

4. The proviso in the present Constitution requiring the payment of 
a poll tax as a prerequisite to voting should be repealed. It breeds cor- 
ruption in polities and serves no useful purpose. 

5. The requirements as to residence in the State before being eligible 
to vote should be reduced to one year, and corresponding reductions 
made as to residence in counties and townships. 

It is believed that with these constitutional amendments the State \\'ill 
be able to raise all revenues for State purposes without resorting to any 
property tax. This would leave all the real and personal property to 
the counties and towns, and would wonderfully help in bringing about 
a fair valuation of property for purposes of taxation, and would also 
tend to solve the vexing problem of equalization. 

FINDING AND FIXING LIABILITIES 

No General Assembly can levy taxes intelligently in the absence of a 
reasonably accurate knowledge of what the State's liabilities will be for 
the ensuing two years. It is practically impossible for the finance com- 
mittees to obtain this knowledge during the session of the General Assem- 
bly. North Carolina ought to adopt a modern budget system. I com- 
mend to your careful consideration the following extract from the re- 
port of the Special Tax Commission : 

"We earnestly recommend to the early consideration of the 
General Assembly the creation of some authority, clothed with 
ample power of investigation, whose duty it shall be to scruti- 



1919] Document Xo. 1 19 

nize every avenue of expenditure of public funds, to make dili- 
gent investigation of future necessities, and to have prepared 
for the General Assembly, when it meets, a budget of proi^osed 
appropriations combined into one bill. With its work thus 
blocked out in advance, the appropriation committees would 
have time to make such ample investigations as would be satis- 
factory to the General Assembly and the people of the State. 
Budget Commissions have been created in many states, and 
composed in a wide variety of ways. Wliile the work of such a 
commission is recommendatory, its work is highly important, 
and it .should be constituted in close touch with the people. 
The expenditure of public money is preeminently the function 
of the direct representatives of the people. As a suggestion for 
consideration we recommend that such a commission be created 
by this General Assembly on the opening day of its session, 
and that the chairmen of the committees on Finance and Ap- 
propriations at each session of the General Assembly, together 
with the Governor of the State, constitute the Budget Com- 
mission to report to the succeeding General A.ssembly and with 
provision that no bill carrying appropriation from tlie State 
Treasury .shall be considered by the General Assembly until 
the general budget bill .shall have been passed, and that no ap- 
propriation afterwards made shall be valid unless the money to 
pay same is in the treasury, or tmlcss the bill carrying the a])- 
propriation levies a special tax to pay same." 

TAKING STOCK 

Wlien the General Assembly knows the liabilities of the State for two 
years, it knows just half enough. Unless it prefer to leap in the dark 
rather than to walk in the light, the General Assembly .should have be- 
fore it an inventory of the assets of the State as well as its liabilities. 
This inventory should be taken as thoroughly and as honestly as the 
merchant takes stock when he desires to ascertain exactly how his busi- 
ness stands. There has never been a conscientious effort to take such an 
inventory of the as.sets of Xorth Carolina. The present Macliinery 
Act tends to conceal rather than reveal the true value of property. The 
excuse for such machinery is that if property should be placed upon the 
books at its true value the tax rates would be confiscatory. Such a fear 
is not well founded. Tt may be considered a childish faith, but I be- 
lieve tliat in the long run it pays to tell the truth about anything. We 
may not hope to be a great people so long as we condone falsehood and 
deception in our relations to the Government under which we live. The 
principles and practices that are tolerated in the listing or non-listing 
of property for taxation constitute a school of immorality that will, 
if allowed to continue, destroy the moral fibre of our people. 



20 Document ]Sro. 1 [Session 

I devoutly believe that if we shall resolve to aboiit face and tell the 
exact truth about our property, we ■n'ill not only shame the devil, but 
we will decrease rather than increase the burdens of taxation. 

To this end I urge you to clothe the Tax Commission with ample 
powers, and equip it with ample forces and direct it to find and place 
on the tax books at its real value every piece of property, tangible and 
intangible, in the State of I^Torth Carolina. It will not be difficult to 
frame machinery that will accomplish this result if we be in deadly 
earnest about it. It is not necessary to discuss the details of such ma- 
chinery, but I will mention just one vital feature entirely absent from 
the present act. A questionnaire should be carefully prepared and sub- 
mitted to every taxpayer, and he should be required to answer Tinder 
oath a series of very searching questions. For example : 

1. Did you acquire this property by purchase or inheritance, and 
when? 

2. If by purchase, what did you pay for it? 

3. Have you sold, or offered to sell, any part of this property within 
the last four years, and, if so. Avhat did you get or offer to take per 
acre or front foot? 

4. Has any one proposed to buy this property, or any part of it, 
■within the last four years, and, if so, what was the offer per acre 
or front foot? 

5. Has any property been sold in your section of the towni or county 
within the last four years, and. if so, what did it bring per acre or 
front foot? 

6. State in full the differene between the general character of your 
property and the property so sold. 

7. What are the buildings on the property worth independent of the 
land, and how much insurance do you carry on such buildings? 

8. Have you ever obtained a loan or applied for a loan of money on 
this property, and, if so, for how much did you apply, and what did you 
state was the value of the property in your application for the loan ? 

9. Wliat do you honestly think this property would bring if sold for 
one-fourth cash, the balance of the purchase price to be paid in one, 
two and three years? 

The above questions are simply suggestive; others may be inserted in 
the questionnaire in regard to intangible property. The law should 
make it perjury for any taxpayer to knowingly make a statement ma- 
terially false. The law can be so framed that any person who en- 
deavors to conceal his property or the real value of the same will be 
in very grave danger of going to jail in this world and to hell in the 
world to come. 



1919] DOCIME.NT Xo. 1 21 

If all property sliould be placed on the books at its true value the 
problems of equalization would at once disappear. True values are 
equal values, and just in proportion as we depart from the truth we 
make room for discrimination. 

THE IIIOHEI! THE VALUATION THE LOWER THE TAX 

I am conviiioed that a conscientious effort, backed by proper ma- 
chinery, would result in more than doubling the tax value of the prop- 
erty on the books. I believe that the true value is treble the assessed 
value, taking the State as a whole. If I did not believe this I would 
not be interested in the subject. But if we expect the people to deal 
fairly with the" Government, then the Government must deal fairly 
with the people. It would not be fair to double or treble valuations 
and to allow current rates of taxation to continue. In order to keep 
faith with the people I reconunend that this General Assembly cut 
the property tax half in two, except the tax levied for the benefit of 
the schools, and I recommend that this be reduced one-fourth. In ad- 
dition to this action on the part of the State, the General Assembly 
should require counties and towns and special districts to cut all their 
ad valorem taxes half in two, except the taxes levied for the support 
of the schools, and these should be reduced one-fourth. The results 
of such a law would be four-fold. 

1. We would put an end to the debauchery of the people by wink- 
ing at falsehood and fraud in the matter of taxation. 

2. We would get rid of unequal valuations. 

3. We would more than double the value of property on the books, 
and secure increased revenues. 

4. We would appear before the world as a wealthy state with a rea- 
sonable tax rate, instead of a poor state with an exceedingly high rate. 

There is a reasonable difference of opinion as to just when this work 
should be undertaken. I think we ought to do it now. We could ex- 
tend the time for the work, let the taxes fall due on the first day of 
December instead of the first day of October, and make such other 
and further extensions as would give time in which to do the work 
thoroughly. However, time is not of the' essence, but I do insist that 
this General Assembly .shall require the work to be done. 

The foregoing reconnnendations are not deemed by myself to be the 
last word on the subject. They are merely intended to give direction 
to your own thinking. I have in them no pride of paternity, and if 
you shall find a more excellent way to reach the desired ends I .shall be 
very happy. Your one tragic blunder, your one unpardonable sin would 
be to go to sleep on duty and do notliing. 



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Wliile this concludes mj recommendations to you, I trust tliat it may 
be merely tlie beginning of my labors with you. During tliese sixty 
days I want every one of you to feel that you bave the right of way in 
my office and in my home. I very earnestly desire to be your fellow- 
servant, and to help you in every possible way to dress and to keep this 
Garden of the Lord that men call Carolina. My prayer to God is, and 
my faith is that when the General Assembly of 1919 shall pass into 
history its record will declare its glory. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



AUDITOR OF THE STATE 



NORTH CAROLINA 



FISCAL YEAR ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1918 



RALEIGH 

Edwaeds & Beouohto.v Printing Oo. 

State Printers 

1919 



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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



Depaktmext of the State Auditor, 

Ealeigh, ]Sr. C, December 1, 1918. 

To His Excellency, T. W. Bickett, 

Governor of North Carolina. 

Sir : — lu obedience to the law, I have the honor to hand you here- 
with the annual report of the Department of the State Auditor for 
the fiscal year ending November 30, 1918, showing the financial 
transactions and conditions of the State. 

Soldiers Home and Pensions 

The legislature of 1917 appropriated for the maintenance of the 
Soldiers Home the sum of $42,500 annually, also $1,000 a year for 
the purchase of uniforms for the inmates, and $250 a year for 
the upkeep of the graves at the Confederate Cemetery, making a 
total for the two years, 1917 and 1918, of $87,500. The total expense 
of the institution for 1917 was $42,362.12, and for 1918, $44,514.30, 
making a total cost for the two years of $86,901.42, leaving a balance 
on hand of $598.58. 

During 1917 there were 209 inmates at the Home, of whom 25 
died and 38 left. In 1918 there were 188, of whom 30 died and 
20 left. 

The passing of each year finds the Old Boys in Grey getting 
weaker, more feeble and more helpless, more of them bed-ridden and 
requiring hosjntal attention. Our hospital is sorely taxed at times 
to accommodate those needing hospital treatment. As the increased 
hospital attendance requires increased medical attention and increased 
nurses, with the present prices of materials and provisions, it is 
urgently requested that a substantial increase be made in the appro- 
priation by the Legislature. 

For the pensioning of the Confederate soldiers not being cared 
for at tlie Soldiers Home the Legislature has appropriated $575,- 
000 annually. This increase and the modification of the pension 
laws has enabled us to materially increase the amount paid to each 



iv Document No. 5 [Session 

pensioner, as is shown by the following : 1st class, $85 ; Widows' 
Special,. $85; 2nd class, $75; 3rd class, $55; 4th class, $45; 
Widows, $45. 

Taxation 

The method of handling this, the main branch of revenue to 
the State, is sorely in need of revision, to meet the conditions pre- 
vailing at this time. In many respects it is antiquated and woefully 
insufficient for our needs and requirements. 

There is a lack of unanimity in the laws for levying and collecting 
the taxes, in that those departments affected by taxation legislation 
are governed by laws not in conformity with similar class of legis- 
lation affecting other departments. In fact, in some instances, it 
amounts, practically, to conflict of authority between certain de- 
partments. 

This department receives numerous reports frbm the various 
counties in the State, involving valuations of several millions of 
dollars, which reports or returns we are compelled to accept as ren- 
dered to us, as sufficient provision has never been made to enable 
us to verify same. The small appropriation to this department is 
not sufficient for us to employ one competent man to travel. There 
should travel from this department, to examine and check records 
and accounts in the various counties, from three to five experts, 
thoroughly drilled in the affairs of the department, with special 
regard to tax matters, whose duties should be to see that returns are 
made promptly and that the State's interests are properly represented 
and looked after. There are one hundred counties in this State^ 
and the State has not one representative in any county, who is not 
a county official, elected in the county, and whose first interests 
are naturally with his own county. 

Personnel 

The Legislature of 1907 adjusted, or rather revised the salaries 
of certain officials and employees of the State. 

The salary of the State Auditor has remained the same as fixed 
at that time, $3,000.00 per year. 

The Legislature of 1911 fixed the salary of the Auditor's Chief 
Clerk at $2,000.00, and of the Tax Clerk at $1,500.00 per year, 
which salaries have not been changed. 

The heavy tax on the salaried employees of the State for the past 
two years, the present conditions, and the outlook for the future; 
certainly call for some action on the part of the Legislature in re- 
adjusting the salaries and wages of the State employees. 



1919] Document No. 5 v 

All departments of the Government, and the various industries, 
have increased the compensation of their employees, to try and 
meet conditions. 

As the Council of State, during a recess of the Legislature, acts 
in the capacity of Directors of the State's affairs, subject to the 
approval of the Legislature, and as they are familiar with the duties 
and responsibilities of the various employees of the different depart- 
ments, being in daily communication with them, and therefore are 
better informed and probably better qualified to act intelligently and 
with justice to all interested, the Legislature might authorize them 
to act in matters of this kind. The last Legislature provided in this 
manner for the adjustment of the salaries of the employees in the 
Treasury Department. This might be made to apply to the other 
departments. 

The salaries of the Constitutional Officers of the State (that is 
those composing the Council of State), may not be changed during 
their term of office. The present Legislature should act in the matter 
of the salaries of these officers, if the incoming officers, two years 
from now, are to be benefited. As the duties and responsibilities 
of all these officers are practically the same, there does not seem to 
be any reason why there should be any discrimination as to the 
salary paid to each. 

Respectfully submitted. 




State Auditor. 
{Extract from Letter of Transmittal of State Auditor's Report for J912.) 

TAXATION 

The present methods and practice of assessing real and personal prop- 
erty for taxation demand an immediate and radical readjustment in 
order that the State shall receive its just benefits. 

The practice of listing property at a ridiculously low rate of valuation 
and then allowing the counties to levy any number of special taxes to 
meet the requirements of the counties for their local government is 
unjust and unfair, and is depriving the State of revenue which justly 
belongs to it. 

A properly assessed valuation for taxation of the property in the conn- 
ties would mean a sufficient income to the comitv for the conduct of its 



vi Document ISTo. 5 [Session 1919] 

affairs, an equitable receipt to the State for its taxes, an elimination of 
all special tax levies, and a reduction of the regular rate of tax. 

This of course cannot be put into effect until all of the property in 
all of the counties has been scheduled at its true value and a rate of tax 
agreed upon. 

When this is done the State is ready to proceed to put these values 
into effect in all of the counties at once. 

The work of scheduling this property should be done independently 
and apart from the regular tax listers and assessors in the counties, and 
should have absolutely no connection whatever with their work ; in fact, 
the work of scheduling this property should be in charge of a State Tax 
Commissioner, with such assistants as he may deem necessary. These 
men so employed should be held accountable only to the State of North 
Carolina, thus removing local influence as far as possible. The counties 
should be made the unit for taxation instead of the townships, as is 
now done. 

The work should not be rushed through with, but a sufficient time 
should be given to each county to make the work thorough and the 
schedule complete. 

This system or method has not only been worked out in other states 
and adopted with most satisfactory results, but has been applied to some 
of the counties in this State to such an extent as to prove it to be entirely 
practicable for us. 

The method of collecting and reporting the special license taxes, under 
Schedules B and C of the Kevenue Act, is unreliable and unsatisfactory, 
and means a loss to the State of thousands of dollars every year which 
by all rights should be turned into the State Treasury. 

A thorough system should be prepared by which the State would have 
on file a complete list of all parties liable for special license tax in each 
county, certified to by the sheriff as being correct and complete. This 
list should be corrected and kept alive and up-to-date, and the sheriff 
in each county should be held accountable for the prompt collection and 
payment of these licenses into the State Treasury. 



CONTENTS 



PART I. 

Educational Fund. 
Statement A. 

Receipts and disbursements by tlie month, showing amount brought for- 
ward from last year and balance carried forward December 1, 1918. Page 1. 

Statement B. 

Showing sources from which receipts were derived during the twelve 
months ending November 30, 1918. Page 2. 

Statement C. 

Showing the purposes for which disbursements were made during the 
twelve months ending November 30, 1918. Page 7. 

General Fund. 
Statement D. 

Showing sources from which receipts were derived during the twelve 
months ending November 30, 191S. Page 12, 

Statement E. 

Showing detailed disbursements of the Public Fund for the twelve months 
ending November 30, 1918. Page 193. 

Statement P. 

Showing the several sources from which the receipts of the General Fund 
were derived during the twelve months ending November 30, 1918. Page 349. 

Statement G. 

Showing the different purposes for which disbursements from the Public 
Fund were made during the twelve months ending November 30, 1918. 
Page 351. 

Statement H. 

Receipts and disbursements by the month, showing the amount brought for- 
ward from last year and balance carried forward December 1, 1918. Page 3.54. 

Supplemental St.\tement. 

Sundry expenses various departments, other than salaries. Includes equip- 
ment, supplies, messenger service, for two years ending November 30, 1918. 
Page 355. 



viii Document Wo. 5 [Session 1919] 

PART II. 

Statement 1. 

Showing the number and value of the different subjects of taxation and 
gross tax for State, pension, school and county purposes, and the aggregate 
value of real and personal property of each county for the year 1917, as per 
returns on file in this department. Page 2. 

Statement 2. 

Showing the aggregate number and value of the various subjects of taxa- 
tion in the State, and the gross amount of State, school and county taxes 
derived from same as collected by sheriffs and tax collectors, as per returns 
on file in this department for the year 1917. Page 203. 

Statement 3. 
Recapitulation. Page 206. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



Auditor of the State 



FISCAL YEAR ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1918 



STATEMENT A— EDUCATIONAL FUND 

Receipts and DisBrRSEMENTs by the Month, Showing Amount Bbought Forward from 
Last Year and Balance Carried Forward December 1, 1918, 

Receipts Disbursements 



December, 1917 - $ 5,947.37 i 1,869.09 

January, 1918 --- I 27,617.91 i 7.3,395.32 

February. 1918 ---- 74,595.00 .33,217.58 

March, 1918 5,751.30 19,351.75 

April, 1918 5,406.33 2,528.32 

May, 1918 i 9,141.14 850,83 

June, 1918. ! 5,598.06 11.511.99 

July, 1918 - -' 3,107.80 18.910.71 

August, 1918 [ .30,390.21 .30,028.87 

September, 1918 I 5,441.23 : 3,539.59 

October, 1918 59.74,j 2,079.93 

Norember, 1918 3,135.60 j 746.50 



Totals.. * 

Balance December 1, 1917 ..; 

Amount to balance December 1, 1918 j--- 



176,251.68 $ 198,230.48 

30,340,74 !. 

8,361.94 



Totals 

Balance December 1, 1918.. 



206,592.42 S 206,592.42 



I — Part I — 1918 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



STATEMENT B— EDUCATIONAL FUND. 

Showing Sources from Which Receipts were Derived During the Twelve Months Endino 
November 30, 1918. 



BOARD OP EDUCATIOX 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
Row, Peterson & Co., one-half account book compromise 

January, 1918. 
Row, Peterson & Co., one-half account book compromise 

August, 1918. 
Proceeds bond sale 

September, 1918. 
Proceeds bond snle 

November, 1918. 
Proceeds bond sale 

Total - - 

entries on vacant lands. 

Received from J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, as follows: 

December, 1917. 

S. F. Ward, Columbus County 

Wood S. Hinkle, Transylvania County 

January, 1918. 

C. L. Seawell, Moore County _ .- 

M. E. Anderson, W'ilkes County 

Alex. Moore, Jackson County 

W. A. Maney, Clay County 

D. A. Osborn, Ashe County -- 

G. V. Lewis, Washington County - 

W. B. McGuire, Assignee, Macon County _ - 

W. L. Owens, Wilkes County _ --- 

J. J. Welborn, Wilkes County 

February, 1918. 

Mrs. M. G. Saunders. Pender County 

Mark Squires. Caldwell County - 

J. M. Bailey. Mitchell County 

D. H. McNeill. Moore County 

C. A. McCall, McDowell County 

March. 1918. 

A, B. ,Seagle, Macnn County 

A. B. Seagle, Macon County... 

G. r. Hilton, Polk County 

Joseph Gibson, Richmond County 

J. C. Kilby. Ashe County... 

J. Richie and F. Ledford. Macon County _. 

H. B. Pressley, Jackson County 



t 6.00 

24.00 



48.00 
17.25 
81.75 

6.00 
19.60 

7.50 
112.50 
32.55 

9.87 



124 .83 
48.00 
45.60 
20.63 
9.00 



75.00 

19.50 
4.69 

11.25 
1.18 
3.00 

24.00 



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Document No. 5 



Statement B — Continued. 



ENTRIES ON VACANT LANDS — Continued. 

April, 1918. 

Archie Signal, Cumberland County 

Arthur Storie, Watauga County 

Gaither Simmons, Yancey County. _. 

David Gwyn and A. W. Ray, Watauga County,,. 

Thos. A. Cox, Jackson County.. 

Emmet Keys, W'ilkes County 

W. S. Doby, Assignee, McDowell County. 

D. J. Smith, Brunsn-ick County 

H. A. Houck and J. E. Trivett, Ashe County 

J. E. Coburn, Swain County 



32.10 
20.25 

6.19 
63.00 
23.25 
65.62 
60.00 
18.00 
51 75 

6,00 



May, 1918. 

W. H. Moiris, McDowell County 

M. L. Plonk, Cleveland County 

John B. Isbell, Caldwell County 

Mike Crowley, Burke County 

H. P. Crawford, Jackson County.. 

Harvey S. Clark, Craven County 

B. F. Parsons and John Owens, Ashe County. 
Wilson Hill, Randolph County 



27.00 
12.00 
30.00 
2.25 
28.50 
70,50 
2.25 
1 13 



June, 1918. 

Susie J. Zachary, Jackson County 

\V. M. and F. M. Wright, Randolph County.. 

G. I. McPherson, Randolph County 

John A. Midyett, Dare County 



July, 1918. 

C. A. Ingold, Randolph County 

L. H. Mills, Pitt County 

A. M. and L. F. Capps, Henderson County,, 



August, 1918. 

H. L. Powell, Polk County 

Reuben B. Robertson, Swain County 

J. M. Williahis, Randolph County 

M. O. Duncan and D. W. Mosety, Alexander County,. 

R. C. Caison, Pender County --- 

R. C. Caison. Pender County _ _ 

O. C. Costin, Pender County 



Septembei, 1918. 

Jos. H. Bryan, Onslow County 

Wm. Minton, Wilkes County 

0. W. Chance, Scotland County,... 
J. C. NewBOm, Columbus County, 
W. F. Roup, Ashe County 



October, 1918. 

W. A. Mauney, Cleveland County,, 

W. J. Phillips, Anson County 

A. B. McFadyen, Hoke County.,,, 
J. H. Hoyle, Yancey County 



Document No. 6 



[ Session 



Statement B — Continued. 



ENTRIES ON VACANT LANDS — continued. 

November, 1918 

L. H. Ross, Beaufort County 

J. A. Caudill. Wilkes County 

John Amnions, Assignee, Macon County. 

R. L. Chandler, Moore County _ _. 

R. F. Money, Yadkin County 

Atlas Phillips, Moore County 

Totals- 

LOANS FOR BUILDING SCHOOL HOtJSES REPAID 

Received on above account as follows: 

December, 1917. 
Treasurer of Moore County 




Januaiy, 1918, 
Treasurer 

Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 
Treasurer 



of Pitt County 

of Greene County 

of McDowell County 

of Nash County _ 

of Ashe County 

of Yadkin County 

of Edgecombe County 

of Jackson County. 

of Durham County 

of HertfcTd County 

of Cleveland County. 

of Anson County 

of Northampton County.. 

of Chowan County 

of Stanly County. 

of Transylvania County... 

cf Alexander County 

of Perquimans County 

of Currituck County 

of Lincoln County. 



Feb.uary, 1918. 

Treasurer f'f 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 
Treasurer of 



Scotland County 

Stokes County... 

Iredell County 

Richmond County 

Columbus County 

Hoke County 

Duplin County 

Forsyth County 

Madison County 

Montgomery County., 

Bladen County 

Brunswick County 

Rutherford County... 

Lenoir County 

Granville County 

Lee County 

Robeson County 



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Document 'No. 5 



SxATEaiENT B — Continued. 



LOANS FOR BUILDING SCHOOL HOUSES REPAID — continued. 

February, 1918. | 

Treasurer of Wilson County. t 1,595.60 

Treasurer of Onslow County.. 1,848.30 

Treasurer of Haj-nood County 82.40 

Treasurer of Catawba County 1,848.95 

Treasurer of Harnett County 1,866.58 

Treasurer of Bertie County 906.00 

Treasurer of Macon County 359.20 

Treasurer of Gates County 1,040.13 

Treasurer of Camden County 1,034.80 

Treasurer of Davidson County 602.13 

Treasurer of Hyde County.... 618.00 

Treasurer of Pasquotank County _ 830.00 

Treasurer of Polk County 600.24 

Treasiu-er of Gaston County 2,489.00 

Treasurer of Person County 252.00 

Treasurer of Swain County... 1,013.28 

Treasurer of Yancey County.. ' 496.90 

Treasurer of Mitchell County 570.44 

Treasurer of Burke County.. 453.60 

Treasurer of Cabarrus County... 968.90 

Treasurer of New Hanover County \ 580.00 

Treasurer of Wake County j 5,618.62 

Treasurer of Johnston County 2,256.55 

Treasurer of Alleghany County ' 295.62 

Treasurer of Rowan County. , 2,403.70 

Treasurer of Chatham County i 596.50 

Treasurer of Franklin County.... | 504.00 

Treasurer of Carteret County j 643.27 

Treasurer of Henderson County 1,034.20 

Treasiu-er of Buncombe County ' 4,409.10 

Treasurer of Guilford County 2,077.86 

Treasiu-er of Pamlico County. ' 733.77 

Treasurer of Person County I 248.88 

Treasurer of Wayne County ' 1,724.57 

Treasurer of Montgomery County 415.56 

Treasurer of Avery County , ..! 825.43 

Treasurer of Surry County 846.00 

Treasurer of Sampson County i 1,589.70 

Trcisurer of Randolph County ..; 1,380.87 

Treasurer of Caswell County 159.97 

Treasurer of Union County 474.76 

Treasurer of Craven County 1,078.47 

Treasurer of Halifax County 1,389.96 

Treasurer of Warren County. 887.33 

Treasurer of Orange County 999.24 

Treasurer of Mecklenburg County ! 2,184.00 

I 

March, 1918. 

Treasurer of Vance County i 1,278.00 

Treasurer of Clay County. 412.47 

Treasurer of Tyrrell County 416 45 

Treasurer of Watauga County | 28.05 

Treasurer of Cherokee County 1 ,.302.06 

Treasurer of Alleghany County i 1 .41 

Treasurer of Caldwell County 2,062.64 

N. 0. State Board of Dental Examiners. 111.60 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement B — Continued. 



LOANS FOR BUILDING SCHOOL HOUSES REPAID — continued. 

April, 1918. 

Treasurer of Beaufort County 

Treasurer of Martin County 

Treasurer of Alamance County 

Treasurer of Perquimans County 



,915.60 
717.60 

,622.23 
836.83 



May, 1918. 

Treasurer of Dare County 

Treasurer of Pender County 

Treasurer of Washington County., 



648.72 
.535.45 
935.82 



June, 1918. 

Treasurer of Wilkes County _.. 

Treasurer of Cumberland County.. 



3,315.37 
1,069.71 



July, 1918. 

Treasurer of Jones County 

Treasurer of Rockingham County. 



t 229.80 
2,833.60 



SALE OF SWAMP LANDS. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917, 
George S. Spears & Co., one-fotuth rent land, Carteret County.. 
N. O'Berry, purchase timber, Brunswick Co... 



i 784.42 
1,500.00 



January, 1918. 
G. T. Meyer.. 



February, 1318. 

T. D. Warren one-fourth price l.nOO acres, Carteret County. 



May, 1918 

The N. C. Farms Co., int. on not* No. 1, Mattamuskeet property to 
March 4, 1918 



June, 1918. 
C. K. Howie, Beaufort 

N. C. Developing Co. v. Richmond Cedar Works, costs. 



S 980.20 

10.00 



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Document No. 5 



STATEMENT C— EDUCATIONAL FUND. 

Showing the Pirposes for Which Disbursements ttere Made DrRiKo the Twelve Months 
Ending November 30, 1918. 



loans for building 8CHOOLHOUSE6. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1917. 

A. S. Browcr, salary. November 

Elizabeth Kelly, salary and expenses 

Edna F. Coyne, salary and expenses - 

Treasurer Durham City Schools, schools for adult illiterates 

Edna Coyne, serWces, schools for adult illiterates -. 

Mrs. R. L. Allison, serWces. schools for adult illiterates -. 

J. W. Stinson, Treasurer Mecklenburg County 

A. S. Brower, salarj-, December..- 

January, 1918 

Elizabeth Kelly, salarj' and expenses 

Edna Coyne, balance salary _ 

Ed. Kitchens, Treasurer Clay County 

J. H. Dorton, Treasurer Cabarrus County 

J. L. Brown, Treasurer Orange County 

Bank of Pinehurst, Treasurer of Moore County.. 

Bank of Winton, Treasurer Hertfcrd County 

W. B. Carringer, Treasurer .Swain County 

W. B. Berry, Treasurer Burke County 

C. D. Jones, Treasurer Carteret County 

J. E. Brookshire, Treasurer Buncombe County. 

Annie A. Vaughan, schools for adult illiterates 

Sarah K. Stancill, schools for adult illiterates 

J. \V. Bailey, revenue stanips 

W. H. Renegan, Treasurer Yadkin County 

Marie Moss, schools for adult illiterates... 

C. F. Seagravee, Treasurer Ashe County. _ 

E. R. Mixon, Treasurer Beaufort County 

J. Ed. Brookshire, Treasurer Buncombe County 

Leon T. Lane, Treasurer Chatham County 

T. E. White, Treasurer Chowan County. 

Simeon Bowling, Treasurer Durham County 

A. M. Shaw, Treasurer Harnett County 

C. B. Atkinson, Treasurer Haywood County 

W. J. McCrarey, Treasurer Hoke County. 

R. F. Rives, Treasurer Iredell County 

Merchants and Farmers Bank, Treasurer Mitchell County 

W. B. Wilson, Treasurer Pitt County 

National Bank of Lumberton, Treasurer Robeson County 

A. R. Yelton, Treasurer Rutherford County 

Bank of Clinton, Treasurer Sampson County.. 

R. N. Furr, Treasurer Stanly County 

J. S. Patterson, Treasurer Surry County .._ 

W. B. Carringer, Treasttrer Swain County 

G. A. Norwood, Treasurer Wayne County 

Branch Banking and Trust Co., Treasurer Wilson County 

Bank of W arren. Treasurer Warren County _ 

Bank of Sanford, Treasurer Lee County 

Goldsboro City Schools, Treasurer for schools for adult illiterat 



150.00 i 
235.65 
75.00 
80.00 
40.00 
60 00 ] 
1,000.00 1 
150.00 



199.26 

35 00 

500.00 

350 .00 

350.00 

800 .00 

750 00 

900.00 

3,000 00 

1,000.00 

1,000.00 

40.00 

60.00 

5.00 

1,100.00 

60.00 

2,500.00 

2,500.00 

6,000.00 

5,000.00 

4,000.00 

4,000.00 

1,500.00 

6,000.00 

2,000.00 

2,000.00 

800.00 

3,. 500 .00 

2,000.00 

2,000.00 

1,650.00 

2,000.00 

2,000.00 

1,200.00 

2,000.00 

5,000 00 

600.00 

6,000.00 

26.00 



Document ^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement C — Continued. 



^ LOANS FOR BUILDING SCHOOLHOU8E8 — continued. 

Febiuary, 1918. 

A. S. Brower, salary, January 

Elizabeth Kelly, salary and expenses _ 

Edna Coyne, salary, January 

J. M. Little, Treasurer Alexander County 

Bank of Pinehurst, Treasurer Moore County 

J. L. Brown, Treasurer Orange County 

A. L. Walker, Treasurer T>Trell County 

Mrs. R. W. Allison, forty days' services 

A. F. Corhin, Treasurer Polk County. _ 

J. E. Bowers, Treasurer Halifax County... 

J. H. Dawaon, Treasurer Lenoir County 

Bank of Gates, Treasurer Gates County 

W. H. Hickman, Treasurer Columbus County 

B. S. Royster, Treasurer Granville County.*. 

C. H. Ferguson, Treasurer « ilkes County 

Bank of Bladen, Treasurer Bladen County 

Farmers Bank, Treasurer Northampton County 

J. C. Kesler, Treasurer Rowan County 

J. N. Taylor, Treasurer Nash County._ 



150.00 

216.14 
75.00 

500.00 
1,800.00 
2,500.00 
3,500.00 I 
40.00 i 
40.00 
2,800.00 
2,000.00 

750.00 
1,550,00 
4,500.00 
2,000.00 
3,500.00 
3,000.00 
2,250.00 
2,000.00 



Match, 1918. 

A. S. Brower. salary, February _-_.. 

Elizabeth Kelly, salary and expenses, February 

Edna Coyne, salary and expenses, February 

D. Gaster, Treasurer Cumberland County 

E. A. Voyles, Treasurer Cherokee County 

C. B. Atkinson, Treasurer Haywood County 

A. F. Corbin, Treasurer Rutherford County, schools adult illiterates.. 

Edna Coyne, services __. 

Inez Dusenbury, schools for adult illiterates.. --. 

R. T. Murray, Treasurer Pender County 

J. W. Hairston, schools for adult illiterates 

L. D. Stephenson, Treasurer Wake County _ 

Santford Martin, private secretary, expenses 

Treasurer Goldsboro City .Schools, schools for adult illiterates 

Alice J. Murray, schools adult illiterates 

R. E. Sigenon, schools adidt illiterates 

Carl Finger. Treasurer Gaston County 

Bank of Onslow, Treasurer Onslow County 

G. A. Nrrwood, Treasurer Wayne County 

A. L. Holmes, Treasurer Washington County _._ 

Sarah K. .Stancill. schools adult illiterates , 

Mrs. J. B. Emerson, schools adult illiterates 

Mamie Moss, schools adult illiterates 

J. W. Majors, schools adult illiterates... 

Mrs. M. W. McKay, schools adult illiterates 

A. F. Corbin. schools adult illiterates 

County National Bank, Treasurer Lincoln County 

A. S. Brower, salary, March 



150.00 
222.10 
75.00 

4,000.00 

1,850.00 
500.00 
20.00 
10.00 
10.00 

2,500.00 
24.00 

1,000.00 
4.50 
22.00 
20.00 
20.00 

3,000.00 

1,500.00 
750.00 

2,000.00 
40.00 
40.00 
32.00 
20.00 
40.00 
20.00 

1,500.00 
150.00 



Aplil. 1918. 

Elizabeth Kelly, salary and expenses 

Edna F. Coyne, salary, March 

R. H. Bachman, schools adult illiterates.. 

R. L. Wike. schools adult illiterates. 

Sue Covington, schools adult illiterates.. . 
S. C. Lattimore, schools adult illiterates.. 



236.48 
75.00 

140.00 
26.00 
20.00 
66.00 



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Document ^o. 5 



Statement C — Continued. 



LOANS FOR BUILDING SCHOOLHOU8ES — continued. 

April, 1918. 

Miss Belle Wilson, schools adult illiterates 

P. A. Biggers, schools adult illiterates 

W. C. Allen, schools adult illiterates 

Rossie Cook, schools adult illiterates _. _ 

F. L. Gainey, schools adult illiterates -__ _ 

H. S. Storr Co., seal 

A. R. Yelton, Treasurer Rutherford County 

J. O. Howell, schools adult illiterates 

C. L. Flowe. schools adult illiterates 

Mrs. D. G. Allison, schools adult illiterates _ 

F. L. Gainey, schools adult illiterates 

J. \V. Bennett, schools adult illiterates 

Mary Willian^e and P. Warren, schools adult illiterates, 

Annie S. Johnson, schools adult illiterates 

Mrs. C. B. Shannon, schools adult illiterates 



May, 1918. 
A. S. Brower, salary, April 
Edna Coyne, salary, April, 

E. Kelly, services 

C. Finger, services 

E. Kelly, expenses 



June, 1918. 

A. S. Brower, salary, May 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Treasurer U 
Bank of Onslow, Treasurer Onslow County. 

J. C. Bell. Treasurer Bertie County 

C. Finger, Treasurer Gaston County 

A. U. Yelton, Treasurer Rutherford County 

Alice J. Murray, services __. 

Miss L. M. Jones, services.. 

W. C. Allen, services 

B. F. Holly and Bettie E. Creicy, services. 
Mrs. C. L. Webb, ser\'ice8. 

C. V. NeufFer, services 

Lucy Lain, services 

R. O. Marsh and Oeck Hogan, serWces 

C. Finger, services 

Elizabeth Kelly, services 

Edna Coyne, services 

L. W. Norrnan, refund over-payment 

W. H. Hickman, Treasurer Columbus County, 

L. Phillips, schools adult illiteratei 

C. Finger, schools adult illiterates 

E. Kelly, scliools adult illiterates 

July, 1918. 
A. S. Brower, aalary, June. 

E. Coyne, salary, June _ 

E. Kelly, services 

A. F. Corbin, eervicea 

J. C. Church, semces. 

A. F. Corbin, ser\'ipes 

E. L. Steele, Trensurer Caldwell County.... 

A. M. Shaw, Treasurer Harnett County 

E. O. Voyles. Treiisurer Cherokee County.. 
L. D. Stepehnaon, Treasurer Wake County 




10 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement C — Continued. 



LOAN'S FOR BUILDING SCHOOLHOUSES— 

August, 1918. 

A. S. Brower, salary. July 

A. C. Hassell. Treasurer Dare County. 

L. T. Lowe. Treasurer Chatham County 

S. M. Lance. Treasurer Transylvania County 

W. B. Carringer. Treasurer Swain County 

Ada Simpson and Amelia Sweet, services 

Mrs. Katie Wooten. services - 

Mrs. B. G. Blackwell, services 

G. W. King, services.. 

J. W. Bennett, services 

E. Gilkerson. services.. _._ - - 

A. F. Corbin, services 

S. L. Dawson, services 

Mrs. S. L. Smith, services , 

L. J. Marcus, services 

Mrs. J. B. Emerson, services _ 

Edna Coyne, services 

E. Kelly, expenses and services 

L. D. Stephenson, Treasurer Wake County 

Sadie \Vatkins, services 

Daphne Carroway, services 

Sarah K. .Stancill, services _._ 

Novella Chavis, services-. 

J. \V. Bennett, services 

Sophia Dawson, services 

Bank of Pee Dee. Treasurer Richmond County.. 
T. L. Gardner. Treasurer Rockingham County.. 

Lydia M. Graves, services 

National Bank Goldsboro, Treasurer, services... 

Carolina Electric Blue Printers, supplies 

J. R. Faison, ser\'ices 

Ada Simpson and Amelia Sweet, services 

C. D. Taylor, Treasurer Wayne County 

V. W. Grimes, Treasurer Avery County 

Viola Welch, services 

Citizens Bank, Treasurer Madison County. 



150.00 
400.00 
500.00 
250.00 
1,600.00 
60.00 
20.00 
18.00 
43.30 
64.00 
24.00 
20.00 
36.00 
38.00 
28.00 
60.00 
75.00 
195.32 
16,000.00 
20.00 
20.00 
50 00 
40.00 
68.00 
40.00 
2,000.00 
500 00 
40.00 
240.00 
14 ..?5 
25.00 
120.00 
1,500.00 
750.00 
20.00 
6,000,00 



September, 1918. 

A. S. Brower, salary. August.. 

Edna Coyne, salary, August 

Elizabeth Kelly, salary and expenses, AugiLst. 

Miss O. Graham, services 

K. Wooten, services 

Mrs. E. O. McPhaul, services 

Mrs. E. C. RufBn, services 

Laura M. Jones, services 

Mrs. E. D. Whitley, services _ 

Ida S. Jones, services 

.S. J. Hughes, services 

J. W. Bennett, services... 

L. D. Stepehenson, Treasurer Wake County — 

L. M. Jones, services 

Lucile Thomson, 
Mrs. S. Watkins, 
LilUe F. Troublefield, 
Mrs. H. Bennett, servi 



150.00 
75.00 
274.04 

1,000 00 
64 00 
24.00 
24.00 
35.50 
20.00 
20 00 
22.00 
44 00 

2,650.00 
6.00 
70.00 
20.00 
11.05 
20.00 



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Document No. 5 



11 



Statement C — Continued. 



LOANS FOR BUILDING SCHOOLHOUSES — continued. 

October, 1918. 
A. S. Brower, salary, September 

G. Calvert, services schools adult illiterates 

Edna Coyne, services, schools adult illiterates.. _ 

Elizabeth Kelly, services, schools adult illiterates 

K. F. Revis, Treasurer, Loan Iredell County _ 

O. D. Richie, services, schools adult illiterates 

S. L. Smith, services, schools adult illiterates.. 

Miss N. Leach, services, schools adult illiterates 

O. J. Giebble. services, schools adult illiterates... 

Carolina Electric Blue Printers, plans school houses 

Mrs. R. E. L. Pitt, services, schools adult illiterates 

Treasurer Durham City Schools, services, schools adult illiterates.. 



SUnVET OF 8WAMP LANDS 

Paid on above account as folio 
December, 1917. 
M. Majette, commission on land sale.. 



March, 1918. 

Southern Lumber Journal, publishing adv. Holly Shelter land sale.. 
News & Observer Publishing Co., adv. Holly Shelter land sale 



April, 1918. 

Small, McLean, Bragaw & Rodman, fees and expenses 

A. S. Williams, recording records sales Holly Shelter lands.. 



150.00 
20.00 
75.00 
257.66 
700.00 
140.00 
30.50 
20.00 
20.00 
1.72 
20 .00. 
400.00 



November, 1918. j 

A. S. Brower, salary, October | $ 150.00 

E. Kelly, services, schools adult illiterates.... ' 195.06 i 

E. Coyne, services, schools adult illiterates 75.00 | 

Mrs. A. L. Brown, services, schools adult illiterates '■ 20.00 

G. Calvert, services, schools adult illiterates — .' 20.00 

E. Kelly, services, schools adult illiterates I 211.44 

Edna Coyne, services, schools adtilt illiterates 75.00 



January, 1918. j 

Manufacturers Record, notice sale Holly Shelter -.1 S 13.50 

J. F. Morris, Register of Deeds, recording deed Carteret County | 2.00 

Thos. D. Davis, drainage tax, Mattamuskeet Drainage District i 1,639.56 

M. Majette, commission on land sale 425.00 



February, 1918. I I 

R. H. Sykes. sale Holly Shelter. .| t 33.94 \ 

Pender Chronicle, advertising sale Holly Shelter Land Co ._ 6.00 

Wilmington Star Co., advertising sale Holly Shelter Land Co... • 6.50 



19.80 
12.35 



112.00 
10.09 



June, 1918. 

J, B Davis, Register Deeds, recording deed Holly .Shelter lands, | I 1.85 

J. J. Bowden, Register Deeds, recording deed Holly Shelter lands ' 1.60 



October, 1918. 
M. Majette, 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



STATEMENT D— GENERAL FUND. 



Showing Sources from Which Receipts wi 
Ending Nov 



Derived During the Twelve Months 
30. 1918. 



state taxes received from sheriffs. 
Received on above accouDt as follows: 





General 


Income 


Pensions 


Total 


December. 1917. 


t 29,5b5.90 


t 446.14 


t 5,440.00 
2,481.12 
2,423.09 
1,310.63 


S 35,452.01 


R. E. Davis, Warren Co., 1916.. 


13,316.70 150.28 
13,883.16 1 606.34 


15,948.10 


G D Blalook. Stanly Co., 1917 


16,912.59 




6,832 9,8 




8,143.61 










% 63,598.74 $ 1,202.76 1 t 11,654 84 


S 76,456.34 






March, 1918. 

E. H. Walton. Onslow Co., 1917 

George W. Goodwin, Chowan Co., 1917.... 

W. C. Robertson, Polk Co., 1917 

J. W. Bennett, Yancey Co., 1917 


1 

S 13,383.03 $ 59.18 $ 2,364.60 

7,562.97 338.67 1,327.17 

5,095.20 25.61 ] 928.40 

4,782.10 : 45.40 j 957.79 


S 15,806.81 
9,228.81 
6,049.21 
5,785.29 


Totals 


$ 30,823.30 


i 468,86 ' $ 5,577.96 


$ 36,870.12 


April, 1918. 

Charles R. Latham, Ashe Co., 1917 

R. A. Adams, Alexander Co., 1917 

James H. Harris, Beauiort Co., 1917 

J. M. Clarke, Bladen Co.. 1917 

J. A. Triplett, Caldwell Co., 1917 

J. 0. Amnions, Columbus Co., 1917 

J. W. Brown, Gates Co., 1917 .- 

E. S. Lupton, Pamlico Co., 1917 

Leon T. Lane, Chatham Co., 1917 

John W. Cooper, Bertie Co., 1917 

Ed. Kitchens, Clay Co., 1917 

G. G. Best, Duplin Co., 1917.. 


t 9,701.76 
6,284.16 

19,941.70 
9,707.27 
9,905.10 

16,020.81 
6,955.31 
5,157.89 

14,448 DO 

16.090 49 
2,745 37 


% 2.37 
14.25 
518.74 
107.23 
138.87 
594 .22 
.95 
15.14 
87.28 
68.29 


$ 1,829.94 
1,131.85 
3,850.82 
2,014.20 
1.778.62 
2,832.42 
1,308.21 

956.99 
2,668.88 
2,842.12 

482.57 
3,332.81 
1,266.50 
1,134.63 
9,466.69 


S 11,534.07 
7,430.26 
24,311.26 
11.828.70 
11,822.59 
19,447.45 
8,264.47 
6,130.02 
17,204.16 
19,000.90 
3,227.94 


17,742.55 
6,910.83 
5,415 97 

58,114.84 


166.13 


21,241.49 
8,177.33 


J. A. Laughridge. McDowell Co., 1917 

J. H. Sears, Wake Co., 1917 


207 (6 
6,467.00 


6,758.36 
74,048.53 


Totals. 


S 205,142.05 S 8,388.23 i 36,897.25 


S 250,427.53 


May. 1918. 
G. F. Winecoff, Davie Co., 1917 

L. F. Burleson, Mitchell Co., 1917 .- 


( 8,258.61 ' % 90.66 S 1,476.47 
3,226.36 ' 33.72 1 653.59 


$ 9,825.74 
3,913.67 


S. P. Christian, Stokes Co., 1917 

C. E. Tanner, Rutherford Co., 1917 

Caney Ramsey, Madison Co., 1917 

W. D. McLaurin, Scotland Co., 1917 

C. D. Story, Alamance Co., 1917 


10,901.70 
13,224.13 
10,287.60 
11,444.49 
18,322.30 
13,458.28 

18.103.70 
7,094.06 
8,106.00 

28,201.51 


40.30 2,084.77 
609.95 2,301.28 
23.74 1,964.95 
173.07 1 2,000.75 
1,054.86 ! 3.228.60 


13,026.(7 
16,135.36 
12,276.29 
13,618.31 
22,605.76 


W. D. Woodruff, Wilkes Co., 1917 


236.83 
46.71 


2,598,96 

3,300.76 
1,446.52 
1,472,19 
4,797.83 


16.294.07 


Farmers Bank, Woodland, Northampton 
Co., 1917 


21,451.17 




8,540.58 


B. F. Bray, Perquimans Co., 1917 


112.44 
1.149.78 


9,690.63 


R. B. Hyatt, Edgecombe Co., 1917 


34,149.12 


Totals 


t 150,628.74 


$ 3,672.06 


S 27,326.67 


t 181,527.47 



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Document No. 5 



13 



Statement D — Continued. 



STATE TAXES RECEIVED FROM SHERIFFS — continued. 



June. 1918. i ' 

I. T. McLamb, Sampson Co., 1917 \% 18,907.25 ( 35.71 S 3,462.38 j» 22,405.34 

N. S. Thompson, Person Co.. 1917 i 9.739,02 96.63 1,736.48' 11. .'572. 13 

D. B. Stafford, Guilford Co., 1917 ' 68,516.59 8,813.65 9,315.56 76,645.80 



Totals .-. S 87.162.80 $ 8,945.99 



July, 1918. 

\V. H. Turlington, Harnett Co.. 1917. 

J. F. Harward, Durham Co., 1917 

J. H. Page. Martin Co.. 1917 

J. F. Hughes, Randolph Co.. 1917 

G. M. Cole. Jackson Co., 1917— 

A. F. Reaves. Alleghany Co., 1917..- 

J. B. Mitchell, Camden Co.. 1917 

L. D. Farrow, Dare Co.. 1917 



14.335.25 
67,695.92 
16,221.30 
17,929.39 
7,044.50 
4,362.31 
3,996.19 
1,963 21 



191.97 
13,1-20.00 
111.57 
383.93 
55.28 
3.56 



S 14,514.42 $ 110,023.27 



2,876.74 


$ 17.403.96 


10,372.25 


91,188.17 


2,832.15 


19,165.02 


3,291.04 


21,604.36 


1,382.69 


8,482.47 


786.24 


5,152.11 


726.45 


4.722.64 


425.60 


2.397.38 



Totals $ 133.548,07 [ $ 13.874.88 S 22,693.16 S 170.116.11 



August. 1918. 

Edgar Ilall, Holie Co., 1917 

Bank of Winton, Hertford Co., 1917 ' 

W. F. Brown, Henderson Co., igii.... 

Charles Reid, Pasquotank Co., 1917... 

M. P. Alexander. Iredell Co., 1917 

R. B. I.ane, Craven Co.. 1917. 

T. S. Clark, Anson Co., 1917 

N. C. Warren, Nash Co., 1917 

George C. Jackson, New Hanover Co., 1917 

R. E. Lewis, Robeson Co., 1917 

Joe E. Reynolds, TyrreU Co., 1917 

\V. P. Moody. Watauga Co.. 1917 

J. E. Zachary, Yadkin.Co., 1917 .- 

A. P. Willis, Lincoln Co., 1917 



7.576,23 S 


14.79 


t 1,430.46 


S 9,021.48 


12,177.30 


27.50 


2,157.62 


14,362.42 


13,041.63 1 


263.90 


2, 111.37 


15,416.90 


15,811.47 


940.77 


2.390.86 


19,143.10 


24,882,20 


921 .77 


4,428.58 


30,232 55 


26,350,99 


1,370.15 


3,805.51 


31,526.65 


14.062.52 


335.90 


2,666.04 


17,064.46 


28.181.27 


2,162.64 


4,949.41 


35.293.32 


44.075.10 


9,551.31 


6,448.11 


60.074.52 


28.844.90 


896.84 


5,200.0b 


34,941.80 


3,614.50 


23.67 


668.06 


4,306.23 


6. .580. 58 




1,239.58 


7.820.16 


7.S9V.6I ! 


2.38 


1,537.98 


9.537.97 


11,836.48 1 


184.71 


2,144.91 


14.186.10 



Totals t 245.0.52.78 I S 



1.33 I $ 41,178,55 I t 302,927.66 



September, 1918. 
D. E. Lasater 



■Co., 1017 t 8,073.36 1$ 295.15 iS 1.444.63]$ 



October. 1918. 
J. E. Robinson, Brunswick Co.. I91(. 

R. E. Flora, Currituck Co., 1917 

W. B. Carringer, Swain Co., 1917 

T. L. Gardner, Rockingham Co., 1917. 
H. D. Baldwin, Richmond Co., 1917... 



Totals 



November. 1918. 
C. P. Gaston. Ki 
J. S. Hargett, Jii 
J. V. Grifhth. Li 



ombe Co., 1917.. 

) Co., 1917 

1 Co., 1917 



J. E. Reid. Washington Co.. 1917 

H. M. Caldwell, Cabarrus Co., 1917... 



t 7 602.95 


$ 


27.58 


$ 


1,719.33 


$ 


9,349.86 


5,269,22 




2.37 




981 .25 




6,2.52.84 


8,103.40 




151.30 




1,494.13 




9,748.83 


26.833.50 




2.371.54 




4,397.33 




33,602.37 


12,655 58 




1,223.55 




2,237.9/ 




16,117 10 


$ 60,464.65 


» 


3,776 34 


$ 


10,8.30 01 


$ 


75,071.00 


$ 71 ,.331 .76 


$ 


8,034.18 


$ 


10.801 08 


$ 


90,227.02 


6.2.;9 11 




23.75 




1.150.02 




7,432.88 


20,389.08 




634.25 




■ 3,820.82 




24.844.15 


7.. '51 .30 




112.13 




1,322.98 




8.787.41 


18.133.96 




2,518 84 




3,060.54 




23,713.34 



I 



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Document !N"o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



STATE TAXES RECEIVED FROM SHERIFFS — continued. 





General 


Income 


Pensions 


Total 


November. 1913. 










0. W. Greene, Avery Co., 1917 


$ 3.630.15 


f 4.19 


t 767.16 


$ 4.401 .50 


W. D. Lindsay. Cleveland Co., 1917 


20.577.01 


307.66 


3,737 67 


24,622.34 


A. T. Ilclap, Davidson Co.. 1917 


23,383.74 


444.14 


4,175.76 


28,003.64 


V. G. Belton, Surry Co., 1917 


20,880.56 


586,36 


3,660.80 


25,133.72 


H. G. Connor Jr., Atty., Wilson Co., 1917. 


30,033.52 


2.228.31 


4,915.48 


37,177.31 


T. W. Davis, Hyde Co., 1917.. 


7,804.44 


3.78 


1,376.80 


9,185.02 


J. A. Ammons, Graham Co., 1917 


0,753.30 
16,718.60 
b0,398.00 


11.87 

350.53 

1,933.90 


669.40 
2,810.56 
5,372.81 


4,434.57 


D. A. Blue, Moore Co., 1917.... 


19,879.69 


J. H. Krider, Rowan Co.. 1917..^ 


37,704.71 


John P. Ilipps, Haywood Co., 1917 


17,098.23 


196.14 


3,022.26 


20,316.63 


Cos Paxton, Transylvania Co., 1917 


6,463.15 


322.24 


1,167.71 


7,953.10 


T. M. Thomas, Jr., Carteret Co., 1917 


9,350.97 


49.08 


1,643.73 


11,043.78 


S. C. Hobgood, Granville Co., 1917. 


16,897.09 


565.40 


2,986.68 


20.449.17 


J. E. Bowers, Halifax Co., 1917..' 


28,036.61 


2.120.84 


4,892,16 


35,049.61 


R. H. Edwards, Wayne Co., 1917 


32,558.41 


1.546.36 


5,684.15 


39,788.92 


P. C. Gentry, Cherokee Co.. 1917.. 


10,544.93 


123.93 


1.839,37 


12,508.23 


Charles G. Rosemond, Orange Co., 1917... 


13,122.46 


695.40 


2.220.98 


16,038.84 


W. N. Davis. Gaston Co.. 1917 


:3,846.62 


2.343 .08 


4,120.14 


30.309.84 


J. E. C. Bell, Vance Co.. 1917 


17,040.90 


2.126.43 


2,886.05 


22,053.38 


N. H. McGeaehy, Cumberland Co.. 1917 - 


21.773.96 


650.38 


3,526.82 


25,951.16 


George W. Flvnt, Forsyth Co.. 1S17 


69.983.72 


7.630.74 


10,813.11 


88.427.57 


Robert T. Murry, Pender Co., 1917 

H. A. Kearney, Franklin Co., 1917.... 


/,235.91 




1,382.69 


8,618.60 


16,339.18 


720.43 


3,477.35 


20,536.96 


G. W. Stuart. Montgomery Co.. 1917 


9,690.91 


178.45 


1,725.97 


11,595.33 


N. W. Wallace, Mecklenburg Co., 1917 


68,049.48 


13,156.97 


10,371.80 


91,5J8.25 


John A. Isenhour. Catawba Co.. 1917 


17,629.74 


751 .83 


3,190.47 


21.472.04 


R. E. Davis. Warren Co., 1917 


14.506.53 

11,817.20 

i 31,086.35 


510.25 
277.29 


2,449.22 
2,091.51 
5,467.65 


17.466.00 


D. A. Johnson. Burke Co., 1917 


14,186.00 


Joseph Mcl.awhorn, Pitt Co., 1917 

J. E. Herring, Greene Co.. 1917.. 


36,554.00 


11,143.85 


22.45 


1,976.30 


13,142.60 


A. W. Taylor, Lenoir Co., 1917 


22.835.46 


882.97 


3,394.17 


27,112.60 


Totals 


t 757.602.19 


S 52,064,55 


S 128,033.17 


S 937,699.91 




$1,742,096.74 


$ 109,285.15 


S 300,150.66 


$2,151,532.55 







INDIGENT PUPILS EXPENSE RECEIVED FROM SHERIFFS. 



Received on above account as folio 
December, 1917. 

W. F. Grimes, Johnston County 

R. E. Davis, Warren County.. 

G. D. Blalock, Stanly County 

Robert T. Murry, Pender County 



178.35 
21.90 

139.02 
53.94 



March, 1918. 

George W. Goodwin. Chowan County I i 34.15 

W. C. Robertson, Polk County ' 111 .54 

J. W. Bennett, Yancey County --- 25.85 



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Document No. 5 



15 



Statement D — Continued. 



rpil 



I EXPEXSE RECEIVED FROM SHEHIFFS- 



titinued. 



INDIGENT ] 

April. 1918. ! 

James H. Harris, Beaufort County - --! 5 

J. M. Clarke, Bladen County -- | 

J. A. Triplett, Caldwell County.. 

J. O. Ammons, Columbus County 

Leon T. Lane, Chatham County , 

Ed. Kitchens, Clay County 

J. A. Laughridge, McDowell County. 
J. H. Sears, Wake County 



May, 1918. 

G. F. Winecoff, Davie County 

L. F. Burleson, Mitchell County. 

C. E. Tanner, Rutherfrrd County 

Caney Ramsey, Madison County 

C. D. Story, Alamance County '. 

W. D. Woodruff, Wilkes County 

Farmers Bank, Woodland, Xorthampton County. 

T. N. Fitch, Caswell County 

R. B. Hyatt, Edgecombe County 



June, 1918. 

I. T. McLamb, Sampson County --j i 

D. B. Stafford, Guilford County 

N. S. Thompson, Person County 

July, 1918. 

W. H. Turlington, Harnett County... 

J. F. Harward, Durham County 

J. F. Hughes, Randolph County... 

G. M. Cole, Jackson County 



August, 1918. 

Bank of Winton, Hertford County 

W. F. Brown, Henderson County 

Chas. Reid, Pasquotank County.. 

M. P. -Mesander, Iredell County 

R. B. Lane, Craven County 

T. S. Clark, .\nson County... 

N. C. Warren, Washington County. 

Geo. C. Jackson, New Hanover County.. 

R. E. Lewis, Robeson County 

Joe E. Reynolds, TjTrell County 

W. P. Moody, Watauga County. 

J. E. Zachary, Yadkin County 



September, 1918, 
D. E. Lasater, Lee County $ 

Odober, 1918. 

W. B. Carringer, Swain County 

T. L. Gardner, Rockingham County -- 

H. D. Baldwin, Richmond County 

November, 1918, 

C. P. Gaston, Buncombe County 

J. S. Hargett, Jones County... -. 

J. V. Griffith, Union County 

W. D. Lindsay, Cleveland County 



66.31 

62.92 
12: .20 
244.86 
31.05 
38.82 
98.35 
311.97 



t 60.87 , 


74.18 


183.31 


237.51 


64.41 


285.20 


61.03 


' 33.42 


65 .?8 


$ 55.50 


301.71 


32.37 


i 120.60 


185.60 


S9.57 


164.98 


$ 161.37 


32.72 


67.33 


219.70 


96.09 


59.82 


30.60 


106.56 


189.34 


34.05 


69.14 


79.50 


$ 3158 


• S 27.00 
' 34.47 


63 ,84 



93.30 
195.69 
86.17 



16 



Document N'o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



INDIGENT PUPILft EXPENSE RECEIVED FROM SHERIFFS — COnlinufd. 

November. 1918. 

A. T. Delap, Davidson County 

V. G. Bellon. Surry County 

J. H. Krider, Eonan County 

Jno. R. Hipps, Haywood County 

Cos Paxton, Transylvania County 

T. M. Thomas, Jr.. Carteret County 

S. C. Hobgood, Gran\'ille County 

J. E. Bowers, Halifax County.. 

R. H. Edwards, Wayne County 

P. C. Gentry, Cherokee County.. _ 

Chas. G. Rosmond, Orange County 

W. N. Davis, Gaston County. 

J. E. C. Bell, Vance County 

N. H. McGeachy, Cumberland County ._.- 

Geo. \V. Flynt. Forsyth County. ...*. 

Robt. T. Murry, Pender County 

H. A. Kearny, Franklin County ._ 

G. W. Stuart, Montgomery County. 

T. W. Wallace, Mecklenburg County 

John A. Isenhour, Catawba County 

R. E. Davis, Warren County.... 

D. A. Johnson, Burke County 

Jos. McLawhorn, Pitt County 

A. W. Taylor, Lenoir County 

Total 

ACCRUED INTEREST ACCOUNT. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
August, 1918. 
W. J. Armfield, High Point, interest, bond purchased 

E. W. Knight, Supt., Raleigh, interest, bond purchased 

Citizens Bank, Marshall, interest, bond purchased 



September, 1918. 

Merchants National Bank, interest, bond purchafed,. 



65.98 
243.80 
25.90 
130.75 
72.42 
86.30 
22.69 
104.14 
156.10 
29.00 
32.37 
28.30 
1.53.82 
151.19 
296.61 
32.43 
266.61 
53.80 
259.48 
244.21 
64.21 
50.00 
96.55 
168.03 



November, 1918. 
Wayne National Bank, bonds sold. Building Co 



s 


4.33 
73.33 
28.30 


s 


26.67 


s 


155,57 



ADDITIONAL STATE TAXES. 

Received on above account as folio 
August, 1918. 
S. P. Christian, .Sheriff Stokes County, 1917 

September. 1918. 
D. B. Stafford, Sheriff Guilford County, 1917.... 



October, 1918. 

A. P. Willi.s, Sheriff Lincoln County, 1917.. 



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DOCUMEXT Xo. 5 



17 



Statement D — Continued. 



AGRICVLTURAL DEPARTMENT. 



Received on abov 
December, 1917. 
W. A. Graham. Cot 
W. A. Graham, Cor 
W. A. Graham, Commii 
W. A. Graham, Commi, 



> account as follows: 



January, 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Comm: 
W. A. Graham, Co 
W. A. Graham, Co 
W. A. Graham, Co 



20,823.27 
5,418.97 
3,804.27 
4,297.93 



t 34,344 44 



9,819.66 
9, 349. ,16 
11,949.66 I 
12.396.07 



February, 1918. 
W. A. Graham. Con 
W. A Graham. Con 
W. A. Graham, Con 
\V. A. Graham, Con 
W. A. Graham. Con 



8,668 65 
6,893.84 
18,006.60 ' 
23,455.66 
7,680.49 i 



March. 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Co: 
W. A. Graham, Co 
W. A. Graham, Co 
W. A. Graham, C 



15,573.88 
13,617 05 
15,862.99 
16,126,44 



April, 1918. 
W. A. Graham. Con 



\Y. A 


Graham 


Comm 


ssioner 


\V. A 


Graham 


Comm 


ssioner 


W. A 


Graham 


Comm 


ssioner 



9,956.94 
10,896.87 
12,573 28 

3, .330. 79 



May. 1918. 

\V. A. Graham, Commissioner - - $ 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner -- 

\V. A. Graham, Commissioner 



6,440.22 
3.291.96 



June, 1918. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. $ 3,479.43 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner _ 4,282.20 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner - --- 3,323,53 

W. A. Graiiam, Commissioner .- 823,08 



July, 1918. 






W. A. Graham 












W. A. Grahan 


,Comm 


ssioner. 


W. A. Grahair 


.Comm 


ssioner. 


August, 1918. 






W. A. Grahan 


, Comm 


ssioner. 


W. A. Grahan 


,Comm 


ssioner- 


W. A. Grahan 


, Comm 


ssioner 


W. A. Grahan 


, Comm 


issioner 



4,331,' 
8,651,71 
3,377,90 
1,512 34 



oner » 3,396 74 



5,329 98 
1,628.36 



2— Part I — 1918 



18 



Document N^o. 5 



[ Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



AGRICULTURAL 

September, 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Ci 
W. A. Graham, Com 
W. A. Graham, Commissi 
W. A. Graham, Commissi 



ENT — continued. 



oner - $ 

.oner 



5,597.35 
5,595.66 
7,506.90 
1,260.00 



October, 1918. 




W. A. Graham 




November, 1918. 




W. A. Graham 


Commissioner. 


W. A. Graham 


Commissioner- 


W. A. Graham 


Commissioner. 


W. A. Graham 


Commissioner. 


W. A. Graham 


Commissioner. 



Commissioner ' $ 4,882.60 



APPROPRIATION FOR nIS.ABLED SOLDIERS — REFUND. 

Received on above account as follows: 
April, 1918. 

Clerk Superior Court, W. A, West, Madison County, for T. J. Seston.., S 
Clerk Superior Court, C. M. McKaughan, Forsyth County, for J. M. 

Winner 

Clerk Superior Court, W. B. Planner, Craven County, for Jno. Taylor 



12,829.75 
10,166.44 
4,157.50 
4,804.53 
3,890.37 



30.00 
30.00 



August, 1918. 
Clerk Superior Court, W. S. Stevens, Johnston County, for A. Creech, 
tllO.OO J. J. Tiner, t60.00 



Total 

ATLANTIC AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD DIVIDENDS. 

Received on above account as follows; 
January, 1918. 
T. W. Slocumb, Treasurer _ 



July, 1918. 

T. W. Slocumb, Treasurer.. 



auditor's DEPARTMENT — CONTINGENCIES. 

Received on above account as follows: 



April. 1918. 

Mildred Hall, refund salary. 



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Document Xo. 5 



19 



Statement D — Continued. 



AUDUBON SOCIETY. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

Millard Mial. Clerk Superior Court, Wake County 

Chas. Strahyorn, Clerk Superior Court. Orange County 

Jas. T. Smith, Clerk Superior Coiu-t, Rockingham County. 
Jaa. L. Griffith, Clerk Superior Court, Chatham County.... 

J. Alton Mclver, Clerk Superior Court, Moore County 

J. D. Kernodle, Clerk Superior Cotirt, Alamance County... 



January, 1918. 

J. H. Cathey, Clerk Superior Court, Buncombe County S 

J. A. Jackson, Clerk Superior Court, Surry County 

W. H. Young, Clerk Superior Court, Diu-ham County 



July, 1918. 
J. F. Flythe, Clerk Superior Court, Northampton County I $ 



August, 1918. 
J. Alton Mclver, Clerk Superior Court, Moore County 



November, 1918. 
J. D. Kernodle. Clerk Superior Court, .\lam3nre County $ 



AUTOMOBILE 1 



ER8 LICENSES. 



Received on above account as foil 
December, 1917. 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte 

Dodge Bros., Detroit, Mich - 

Grant Motor Car Corporation, Cleveland, O 

Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation, Detroit. 

Chandler Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C _ _ 

Allen Auto. Co., Greensboro, N. C 

Anderson Motor Co., Rock Hill, S. C 

Anderson Motor Co., Rock Hill, S. C - 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Woodside Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Chevrolet Motor Co., Atlanta, Ga 

Chevrolet Motor Co., Atlanta, Ga 

Chevrolet Motor Co., Atlanta, Ga 

Chevrolet .Motor Co., Atlanta, Ga 

Chevrolet Motor Co., Atlanta, Ga 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, "Buick"... 

Southern Oakland Co., Atlanta, Ga 

Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, X. C 



19 00 
19.00 
28.50 
57.00 
66.50 
76 00 



19.00 
9.50 



March, 1918. 

M. O. Dickerson, Clerk Superior Court, Rutherford County ; $ 9.50 

C. D. Koonce, Clerk Superior Court, Columbus County ' 57.00 

Jas. L. Griffin, Clerk Superior Court, Chatham County.. I 76.00 

Jas. T. Smith, Clerk Superior Cotu-t, Rockingham County | 9.50 

D. W. Bradsher, Clerk Superior Court, Person County 152 00 

J. F. McCnbbins, Clerk Superior Court, Rowan County '• 133.00 

A. T. Walston, Clerk Superior Court, Edgecombe County ' 9.50 ! 



5 00 


5.00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


500.00 


5 00 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


5 00 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 



20 



Document N'o. 5 



[Session 



STATEMiafT D — Continued. 



Al'TOMOBILE DEALERS LICENSES — Continued. 

December, 1917. 

Saxon Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich 

Briscoe Motor Corporation, J.ickson, Mich 

Paige-Detroit Slotor Car Co., Detroit, Mich 

American Motors Corporation, New York 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co., "Little Giant Trucks" 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Grant Motor Car Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio _ 

Southern Oakland Co., Atlanta, Ga., "Oakland" 

Dart Motor Car Co., Flint, Mich 

Durham Buggy Co., Durham. N. C, "Elgin" 

American Motor Corporation, New York, "American" 

Haynes Auto. Co., Kokoma, Ind 

Southern Oakland Co., Atlanta, Ga._ _._ 

Che\Tolet Motor Co., Atlanta, Ga.... 

Saxon Motor Co., Detroit, Mich 

Woodside Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Grant Motor'Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio 

Stewart Motor Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y., "Stewart".. 

Chevrolet Motor Co., -Atlanta, Ga 

.Southern Oakland Co., Atlanta, Ga 

The Studebaker Corporation of America, "Siude" 

The Studebaker Corporation of America, "Stude" 

Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation, Detroit, Mich 

Selden Truck Sales Co., Rochester, N. Y., "Selden Trucks".. 
Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
500.00 
600.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
500,00 
5.00 



January. 1918. 
Kentucky Wagon Co.. Louisville, Ky., "O. H." and "D. F.' 

Anderson Electric Car Co., Detroit, Mich., "D. Electric" 

Kentucky Wagon Co., Louisville, Ky., "D. F." 



500.00 

500.00 

5.00 



February, 1918, 
General Motor Truck Co., Pontiac, Mich.. 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Republic Motor Truck Co., Alma, Mich... 

Saxon Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich 

Chevrolet Motor Co., Atlanta, Ga 

Ford Motor Co.. Charlotte, N. C 

Carolina Motor Co., Statesville, N. C 

Studebaker Corporation of America 

Studebaker Corporation of America 



600.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 

500.00 
5.00 
5.00 



March, 1918. 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Southern Oakland Co... 

Peerless Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio 

Auburn Automobile Co., Auburn, Ind.._ 

Hodgin Motor Co., Greensboro, N. C, "Piedmont' 

The Studebaker Corporation of America 

Woodside Motor Co.. Charlotte, N. C, "Franklin". 

Dodge Bros., Detroit, Mich 

Durham Buggy Co., "Elgin" 

The Kelly-Springfield Motor Truck Co 



5.00 
5.00 
600.00 
500.00 
5.0O 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



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DoCUilENT Xo. 5 



21 



Statement D — Continued. 



AtiiOMOBiLE DEALERS LICENSES — Continued. 






April. 1918. 






Selden Truck Sales Co.. Rochester, N. Y 


S 3.00 






5.00 

500.00 

5.00 








C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C -- 






500.00 






10.00 
3.00 
3.00 
5.00 












W. D. McMillan, Jr., Wilmington. "Dodge" 






5.00 






5 00 








i 1.050.00 






May, 1918. 






Durham Burgy Co., "Elgin" 


S 5.00 






3.00 
5.00 




Southern Oakland Co., Atlanta, Ga.. "OakJand"... 




The White Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 


300.00 




International Motor Co., Xew York, N. Y 


300.00 




Corbett Motor Truck Co., Henderson, N. C _. 


100.00 






500.00 






500 .00 






500 00 
5.00 

300.00 
5.00 












The Motor Company, Winston-Salem, N. C, "Hudson" 




The Motor Company, Winston-Salem, N. C, "Hudson" 


3.00 






300.00 




The Chandler Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio .- 


500.00 
500.00 




Olds Motor Works. Lansing, Mich., "Oldsmobile" _ 




Maxwell Motor Sales Co., Detroit, Mich - 


500.00 




Chevrolet Motor Co., Atlanta, Ga.. -_ 


500.00 




Chalmers Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich 


500.00 




The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio 


300 00 






5.00 




Stewart Motor Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y... ._ ._ 


500.00 




Dodge Bros., Detroit, Mich 


300.00 




Kline Car Corporation, Richmond, Va 


500.00 




Southern Oakland Co.. Atlanta, Ga.. 


500.00 




The Motor Company, Winston-Salem, N. C, "Hudson" 


3.00 






5.00 






5.00 








8,650.00 






June, 1918. 






Woodaide Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C, "Franklin" ^ 


• 500.00 






500.00 
500,00 
250.00 




The Haynes Auto. Co., Kokoma, Ind. 




Auburn Auto. Co., Auburn, Ind 






250.00 

250 00 

5.00 

5.00 












The Motor Co., Winston-Salem, N. C, "Hudson" 


I 


Lexington Motor Co.. Connersville, Ind 


500 00 




Cadillac Motor Car Co.. Detroit. Mich 


1 500 ,00 




Service Motor Truck Co., Wabash, Ind 


500.00 




Grant Motor Car Corporation, Cleveland. Ohio 


500 00 




Dart Motor Car Co.. Flint. Mich 


1 300 00 




Burwell-Walker Co., Charlotte. G. B. Trucks 


500 00 




International Harvester Co 


1 500.00 


1 



22 



Document Xo. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILE DEALER S LICENSES — COTltinUi 

June, 1918. 

The Motor Co.. ^Vinst on -Salem, N. C, "Hudson" 

The Motor Co., Winston-Salem, N. C, "Hudson" 

The Studebaker Corporation of America 

The Nash Motors Co., Kenosha, Wis.. 

Liberty Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich... 

Velie Motor Corporation, Moline, 111 

Southern Oakland Co., Atlanta, Ga 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C _.. 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C. 

Foreman-Howard Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C, "Cole 

The Kelly-Springfield Motor Trucks.. 

Fulton Motor Truck Co., Farmingdale, N. Y 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C... 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte. N. C... 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N, C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C... 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C... 

Briscce Motor Corporation, Jackson, Mich., 1916-1917. 

Reo Motor Car Co., Lansing. Mich.. 

Superior Motor Truck Sales Co., Raleigh, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C. 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte. N. C. 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co.. Charlotte. N. C 

Fora Motor Co., Charlotte, X. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte. N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co.. Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte. N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co.. Charlotte, N. C... 

Ford Motor Co.. Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co , Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte. N. C 

Ford Motor Co.. Charlotte. N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte. N. C 

Ford Motor Co.. Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte. N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, X. C 



9.00 
5.00 
500.00 
600.00 
500 .00 
500.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
500.00 
500.00 
250.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
500.00 
500.00 
5.00 : 
5,00 
5.00 
5.00 I 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
9.00 
5.00 
5,00 i 
5.00 
5.00 I 
9.00 I 
9.00 ' 
5.00 
5.00 
9.00 
5.00 j 
9.00 j 
5.00 
5,00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
6,00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 



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Document Xo. 5 



23 



Statement D — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILE DEALER'S LICEXSES — continued. 

June, 1918. 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte. N. C 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, "Bviick" 

The Motor Co., Winston-Salem, N. C, "Hudson" 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C. ..• 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, X. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, X. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C... 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, X. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, X. C 

.Selden Truck Sales Co., Rochester, N. Y 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, X. C, "Buick". 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, X. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, X. C 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, X. C 

Lexington Motor Co., Connersville, Ind 

Grant Motor Car Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, X. C 

The Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation... 

Southern Oakland Co 

The Xash Motors Co 

Ford Motor Co 

Ford Motor Co 

J. H. Ham, Charlotte, X. C, "Briscoe" 

J. H. Ham, Charlotte, X. C, "Briscoe" 

Carolina Motor Co., Statesville, X. C, "Ind. Trucks"... 

Cadillac Motor Car Co 

Ford Motor Co 

Ford Motor Co 

Cadillac Motor Car Co 

Dodge Bros. Co 

Woodside Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C, "Franklin" 

Olds Motor Works, "Oldsmobile" 

Ford Motor Co 

Southern Oakland Co 

Ford Motor Co 

Ford Motor Co 

Edward A. Schen, Xew York, "King" 

Ford Motor Co 

Ford Motor Co... 

Mitchell Motors Co., Racine, Wis.. 

Ford Motor Co 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, X. C, "Buick" 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, X. C, "Buick" 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, X. C, "Buick ' 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, "Buick" 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, "Buick".... 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, X. C, "Buick" 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, X. C, "Buick" 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, X. C, "Buick" 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, "Buick" 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, "Buick" 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte. N. C, "Buick" 

C. C. Coddington, ChaHotte, X. C, "Buick" 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, "Buick" 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, X. C, "Buick" 



5.00 
5,00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 I 
5.00 ' 
5.00 ! 
5.00 • 

5.00 ; 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
250.00 
5.00 
5.00 ' 

5.00 : 

5.00 i 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

500.00 
5.00 

250.00 
5.0O 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5 00 
5 00 
5.00 
5.00 

500.00 
5.00 
5 00 

500.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5 00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 I 



24 



Document N^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILE DEALER'S LICENSES — Continued. 

June, 1918. 

Ford Motor Co.... 

Ford Motor Co _ _._ 

Hodgin Motor Car Co., Greensboro, N. C, "Piedmont" 

Auburn Auto. Co 

Ford Motor Co _ 

Anderson Electric Car Co., Detroit, Mich 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte. N. C, "Buick" 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

J. R. Norris, Raleigh, N. C, "Marmon"... 

Chevrolet Motor Co., Atlanta. Ga 

International Harvester Co 

Ford Motor Co 

Ford Motor Co 

The Motor Co., Winston-Salem, N. C, "Hudson" 

Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation 

Woodside Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C, "Franklin" 

The Garford Motor Truck Co., Lima, Ohio 

July. 1918. 

The Haynes Auto. Co 

Saxon Motor Car Corporation 

Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation 

C. C. Coddington. Charlotte, N. C, "Buick". 

Ford Motor Co.. Charlotte, N. C... 

Southern Oakland Co., Atlanta, Ga 

J. H. Ham, Charlotte, N. C, "Briscoe" 

R. K. Motor C, Greensboro, N. C, "Allen" 

Ford Motor Co 

Ford .Motor Co.. 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, "Buick".. 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, "Buick" 

Chalmers Motor Car Co 

Olds Motor Works 

The Willys-Overland Co.. Toledo. Ohio.. 

Charlotte Motor Car Co.. "Hupmobile" 

Charlotte Motor Car Co.. "Hupmobile" 

Willys Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio 

Willys-Overland Co., Toledo. Ohio.... 

Foreman-Howard Co., Charlotte, N. C, ' 'Cole" 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Charlotte Motor Car Co., " Hupmobile" 

Chevrolet Motor Co.. Atlanta, Ga 

Kentucky Wagon Co., Louisville, Ky 

General Motors Truck Co., Pontiac, Mich 

Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation 

Olds Motor Works 

Foreman Howard Motor Co., "Cole" _ 

Paige-Detroit Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich 

Paige-Detroit Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich... 

Paige-Detroit Motor Car Co., Greensboro, N. C ._. 

Olds Motor W'orks 

Reo Motor Co., Lansing, Mich 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co., " Little Giant Trucks ".-- 

General Motor Truck Co., Pontiac, Mich 

General Motor Truck Co., Pontiac, Mich 




S.OO 
S.OO 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

500.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

500.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 

250.00 

250.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 

500.00 
5.00 
5.00 

500 .00 

250.00 
5.00 
5.00 



1919] 



DocrjiEXT Xo. 5 



25 



Statement D — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS LICENSES — continued. 


1 




August, 1918. 






Studebaker Corporation of Anerica 


t 5.00 




Che\Tolet Motor Co.. Atlanta, Ga 


5.00 




C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, ■•Buick".. 


5.00 




Dodge Bros., Detroit, Mich... ...' 


5 00 




Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Mich .; 


5 00 




Southern Truck and Car Corporation, Greensboro, N. C _ 


100.00 




Republic Motor Truck Co., Alma, Mich 


500.00 




Republic Motor Truck Co., .\lnia. Mich 


5.00 




Chevrolet Motor Co., Atlanta, Ga 


5.00 






5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

500,00 




J H. Ham, Charlotte, N. C, "Briscoe" 




Mitchell Motors Co., Racine, \\ is ) 




The Clyde Cars Co., Cl.vde, Ohio ! 




J. B. Pennington Motor Car Co 


250.00 




C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, Diamond Tires, Motor Trucks ... 


oOO.OO 




Ford Motor Co., Charlotte. X. C 


5 00 




Ford Motor Co.. Charlotte, \. C 


5.00 




Reo Motor Co., Lansing, Mich 


5.00 






5.00 






5.00 
250.00 










S 2,175.00 


September, 1918. 






Willys-Overland Co 


t 5.00 




C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, "Buick" 


5.00 






500.00 

500.00 

6.00 




The Motor Company, Winston-Salem, N. C, "Elgin" 




J. H. Ham, Charlotte, X. C, "Briscoe" 






1,015.00 


October, 1918. 




Raleigh Motor Car and Machine Co., "Wescott" 


; 500.00 




Frazier Motor Co., Greensboro, N. C, "Empire" 


500.00 

500.00 

5.00 

5.00 




J. M. Redding, .\8heville,.\.C., "Roamer" 








The Clyde Cars Co., Clyde, Ohio 






5.00 
5 00 




Southern Truck and Car Corporation, "Southern"... 






5.00 
5.00 




Stewart Motor Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y 




J. M. Redding, "Roamer" 


5.00 






500.00 
5.00 
5.0O 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 




Fulton Motor Truck Co., Farmingdale, L. I . 




Dart Motor Co., Flint, Mich 
























Woodside -Motor Co., Charlotte, N. C, "Franklin" 






2. 075.01 


November, 1918. 






S 5.00 




Auburn Auto. Co 


6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 




















Liberty Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich., "Liberty" 





Document JSTo. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS LICENSES — Continued. 
November. 1918. 

Dodge Bros.. Detroit, Mich., "Dodge" _ 

The Motors Company, Winston-Salem, N. C, "Hudson" 

Olds Motor Works. Lansing. Mich.. "Oldsmobile" 

Dart Motor Car Co., Flint. Mich., "Dart" 

The Haynes .\uto. Co., "Haynes" 

Studebaker Corporation of America, "Studebaker" 

International Harvester Co., "International Harvester Truck" 

Republic Motor Truck Co 

Republic Motor Truck Co 

Scripps-Booth Corporation, Detroit, Mich.. 

Republic Motor Truck Corporation, Alma, Mich 

Dodge Bros., Detroit, Mich., "Dodge" 

Willys-Overland Co., "Overland" 

Saxon Motor Car Corporation, "Saxon" 

The Motor Car Co 

The Studebaker Corporation.. 

Saxon Motor Car Corporation. 

Grant Motor Car Corporation. 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, N. C, "Buick" 

Ford Motor Co 

Dodge Bros.. - 

Dodge Bros 

Olds Motor Works, "Oldsmobile" 

Willys-Overland Co., "Overland". 

Willys-Overland Co., "Overland" 

Willys-Overland Co., "Overland" 

Total 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS DUPLICATE LICENSES. 

Received on above account as followe: 





License 


Penalty 




May, 1918. 


$ 5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


t 1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 






























1 30.00 


t 6.00 










1 36 00> 







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Document Xo. 5 



27 



Statement D — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILE TCND, 70% 

Received on above account as followe: 



December. 1917. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State- 
January, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

February, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

March, 1918. 
J. Brj'an Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

April, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

May, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

June, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

July, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State- 
August, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

September, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State,. 

October, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 
B, R. Lacy, State Treasurer 





4,805.57 




2,922.85 




2,445.85 




5,258.18 




2,715.13 




1,305.32 




35,000.00 
70,126.87 


( 136,215.76 




14,440.90 



$ 7,868.91 
4,805.57 
2,922.85 



i 10.108.14 
75,000 00 



1,305.32 

105.126.87 
136,215.76 
14,440.90 



November, 1918. 
J. Brj-an Giimes, Secretary of State. 



ACTOMOBILE FUND EXPENSES, 17H% 

Received on above account as follows 



December, 1917. 
J. Firyan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



January, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State- 



February, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



March, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



s 


1,967 22 


t 


1,201 39 


% 


730.71 


t 


611 45 



i 1,067.22 

1,201.39 

"30.71 



28 Document J^o. 5 

Statement D — Continued. 

AUTOMOBILE FUND EXPENSES, \7M%— continued. 
April, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

May, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

June, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

July, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

August, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

September, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

October, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State... 

November, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

Total... 

AUTOMOBILE FUND — STATE DEPARTMENT, 12J^%. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

January, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

February, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State , 

Marsh, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

April, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State _ 

May, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

June, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

July, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State _ , 

August, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 



[Session 



% 


1,314.56 


% 


678.78 


i 


326.33 


% 


8,760.00 
17,631.72 


% 


34,063.94 


i 


3,610.22 


i 


2,627.03 


% 


1,536.40 



26,281.72 
34,063.94 
3,610.22 
2,527.03 



6,250.00 
12,622.66 



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Document Xo. 5 



29 



Statement D — Continued. 



At-TOMOBILE FrND — STATE DEPARTMENT, 12M^- — Continued. 

September, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State - 

October, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

November, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretory of State 

Total _ 



$ 2,578.73 
1,805.03 
1,096.72 



BANK STOCK TAX. 

Received on above account as follows 



December, 1917. 

American Exchange National Banlc _._ $ 

National Bank of Lumberton 

Bank of Ramseur 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Wendell 

Farmers Bank of Eure.. 

Bank of Wake, Wake Forest. 

First National Bank, Tarboro ., 

Peoples Bank, Chapel Hill 

Bank of Rowland , 

Bank of Jones, Trenton 

Commercial Bank, Rutherfordton 

Bank of Gibson 

Scotland County Sa^'ings Bank, Laurinburg 

Citizens Bank and Trust Co., Rutherfordton 

Savings Loan and Trust Co., Monroe 

First National Bank, Washington 

Bank of Clinton.... 

Citiaens Bank, Micro 

Bank of Chadbourn 

Bank of Roxboro... 

Citizens Bank, Spring Hope 

Citizens Bank and Trust Co., Benson 

Bank of Franklin 

Comrrcrcial National Bank, Stateavnlle 

Bank of Hookerton 

National Bank of Kinston 

Peoples Bank, New Bern 

National Bank of Goldsboro '..... 

Bank of Roxobcl 

Bank of Windsor 

Fir&t National Bank, Rocky Mount 

Citizens Bank, Creedmoor 

Shuford National Bank, Newton 

Citizens Bank, AsheWlIe 

Citizens Bank, Windsor 

Oxford Savings Bank and Trust Co 

National Bank of Granville, Ox<nrd 



946.66 $ 


160.00 


S 1,106.66 


236.67 


40.00 


276.67 


37.16 


6.28 


43.44 


35.50 


6,00 


41.50 


13.37 


2,26 


15.63 


64.23 


10,86 


75.09 


118.78 


20,08 


138.86 


11.83 


2.00 


13.83 


133.83 


22.62 


156.45 


25.70 


4 35 


30.05 


59,17 


10.00 


69.17 


51,12 


8.64 


59.76 


23.67 


4.00 


27.67 


71.00 


12 00 


83.00 


64.85 


10,96 


75.81 


346 32 


58,53 


404.85 


72 14 


12 19 


84.33 


11 83 


2 00 


13 83 


23 67 


4 00 


27.67 


59 17 


10 00 


69.17 


100 36 


16,96 


117.32 


35 50 


6 00 


41.50 


143 23 


24.21 


167.44 


248,59 


42 02 


2E0.61 


42 81 


7.24 


£0 05 


379.42 


64.13 


443.55 


226.67 


40 00 


276.67 


337,08 


56.98 


394.06 


23 67 


4 00 


27.07 


64,84 


10.97 


75.81 


139,40 


23.56 


162.96 


23,67 


4 00 


27.67 


119 99 


20.28 


140.27 


236.67 ' 


40.00 


276.67 


62.48 


10.56 


73.04 


46.82 


7.92 


54.74 


249.90 


42,24 


292,14 



30 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX— conh'nued. 








General 


Pensions 


Total 


December, 1917, 

Citizens National Bank, Hendersonville 

Banli of Matthews _ 


i 118.33 
21.65 
47.18 

176.72 
23.43 

118.33 
59.17 
15.38 
94.67 

243 .46 
92.22 

118.33 
23.67 

123.16 
52.87 
85.45 
23.55 
59.17 
47.57 
41.96 
35.50 
23.67 

247.08 
69.17 
47.33 
23.67 
11.95 

307.86 
19.29 
36.92 

160.08 
79.81 
29.13 
59.17 

199.44 

729.64 
59.17 
23.67 
27.64 
73.37 
68.59 

236.67 
23.67 

710.00 

177.50 

118.33 

352.04 
42.84 
30.88 
' 53.25 
15.29 

236.67 
37.87 
17.75 


$ 20 00 

3.66 
7.97 
29.87 
3.96 
20.00 
10.00 
2.60 
16.00 
41.15 
15.59 
20,00 
4.00 
20.82 
8.94 
14.44 
3.98 
10.00 
8.04 
7.09 
6.00 
4.00 
41.76 
10.00 
8.00 
4.00 
2.02 
52 03 
3.26 
6.24 
27.06 
13.49 
4.93 
10.00 
33.71 
123.32 
10.00 
4.00 
4.67 
12.40 
11.59 
40,00 
4.00 
120.00 
30,00 
20.00 
59.50 
7.24 
5.22 
9.00 
2.59 
40.00 
6.40 
3.00 


S 138.33 


Richmond County Savings Bank _._ 


65.15 






Bank of Thomasrille 








Planters Bank, Stokes _ 


17.98 


New Bern Banking and Trust Co 




Bank of Montgomery, Troy 


107.81 


Martin County Sarings Bank and Trust Co 


27 67 






Bank of Rich Square.. 


61 81 


Bank of Davie, Mocksville 




Citizens Bank, Elk Park 




Citizens Savings Bank and Trust Co., New Bern 


69.17 




49 05 






State Bank of Wingate... 


27.67 
288 84 


Carolina Bank, Marshville 

Bank of Marshville 

Citizens Bank, Shallotte... 


69.17 
55.33 
27 67 


Bank of Cary... 




Peoples National Bank, Salisbury.. 


359.89 


Goldshoro Savings and Trust Co 


43.16 




187 14 


Farmers Bank, Rockingham 






34 06 


Farmers Bank, Greenville 

First National Bank, Mt. Airy 

Commercial National Bank, Raleigh 

SiUTy County Loan and Trust Co., Mount Airy 


69.17 
233.15 
852.96 
69.17 
27 67 


Bank of HobbsWlle 






85.77 


Elkin National Bank 


80.18 


Page Trust Co., .\berdeen 


276.67 
27.67 




830.00 


Bank of Maxton. . 


207 50 


Farmers Commercial Bank, Benson 


138.33 




411.54 


Farmers and Merchants Bank, Elkin.. 


50.08 
36.10 


Merchants and Farmers Bank, Rowland 


62.25 




17.88 




276 67 


Bank of Blowing Rock... 


44.27 


Merchants and Farmers Bank, Garysbtirg 


20.75 



1919] 



Document N'o. 5 



31 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX — corUinued. 





General 


FensioDS 


Total 


December, 1917. 

Citizens Bank, Wilmington.. 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Henderson 


S 11104 
236.67 
59.17 
140.27 
635.02 
153.12 
35.50 
118.33 
118.33 
98 10 
71.00 
15.03 
37.87 
71.00 
23.67 
236.67 
30.18 
18.64 
239.03 


t 18 77 
40.00 
10.00 
23.71 
107.33 
25.88 
6.00 
20,00 
20.00 
16.58 
12.00 
2 54 
6.40 
12.00 
4 00 
40.00 
5.10 
3.13 
40.40 


S 


129 81 
276 67 
69.17 




163 98 




742.35 




179.00 




41 50 


First National Bank, Lenoir 


138 33 




138.33 




114.68 




83.00 




17.57 




44.27 


Bank of W arren 


83 ,00 


Bank of Gibsonville 


27,67 


Bank of Commerce 


256.67 




35.28 




21,79 


Concord National , 


2 79,43 


Totals 


S 13,307.59 


$ 2,249.24 




$ 15,556.83 


Jenuary, 1918. 

Raleigh Banking and Trust Co _ ._ 

Bank of Kenly 

Peoples Bank and Trust Co., Charlotte 


S 236.67 
23.75 
168.29 
59.17 
16.57 
35.50 
32.19 
59.17 
139.21 
127.74 
24 91 
49.70 
39.24 
74.74 


t 40 00 

4.01 
28,45 
10 00 
2.80 
6 00 
5 44 
10 00 
23,53 
21.59 
4.21 
8 40 
6.63 
12.63 


$ 


276 67 
2; .76 

196.74 
69 17 


Citizens Bank, Cleveland 


19.37 


Planters and Commercial Bank 


41.50 


Bank of Halifax 


37 63 




69.17 


Bank of Belhaven 1 


162.74 




149.33 


Bank of Parkton .... 


29.12 


Bank of Pender 


58.10 




45 87 


Bank of Zebulon 


87 37 






Totals 


t 1,086.85 


S 183.69 


( 


1,270 54 






February, 1918. 


$ 41.59 
58 81 
289.68 
23.67 
24.26 


$ 7 03 

9 64 
4S 96 
4 OO 
4 10 


s 


48 62 


Farmers Inion Bank and Trust Co., Walnut Cove 


(8 75 
3."8 64 


Bank of McDonalds 


27 67 




28 36 








t 438.01 


t "4 03 


s 


512 04 






March, 1918. 
Planters Bank 


$ 79 99 

59 17 
198 33 
194 36 


t 13 52 

10 00 
33 52 
32 So 


% 


93 51 




69 17 




231 85 


Farmers and .Merchants Bank, WilliamBton 


227 21 



32 



Document jSTo. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX — continued. 



General Pensions Total 



March, 1918. 

Bank of Spencer 

Salisbury Bank and Trust Co 

Scotland Neok Bank.. 

Bank of West Asheville 

Bank of Waynesville , 



Totals.. 



April. 1918. 
Bank of Oak City- 
Bank of Rockingha 



June, 1918. 

Peoples Bank, Black Mountain $ 



September, 1918. 

Bank of Morven. 

Bank of Kenansville 

Bank of Dover 

First National Bank, Rocky Mount. 

Commercial and Farmers Bank, Enfield 

Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Cherryville 

Bank of Enfield 

Bank of Faison... 

Bank of Warsaw 

Cumberland Savings and Trust Co 

Peoples Bank, Durham 

High Point Savings and Trust Co 

Home Savings Bank, Durham 

Citizens Bank, Conover 

First Natoinal Bank, Gastonia 

Bank of Dallas... 

Sa\'ing8 and Trust Co., Wilmington 

Peoples Loan and Trust Co., Kings Mountain. 

Bank of Hobbsrille 

Bank of Wadesbcro 

Commercial and Farmers Bank, Rural Hall 

Farmers Bank of Eure 

Bank of Windsor.. 

Elon Bank and Trust Co., Elon College 

National Bank of Alamance, Graham 

Snow Hill Banking and Trust Co 

Citizens Bank, Gates, N. C 

Bank of Goldston 

Bank of Whitakers 

Bank of HoUister 

Bank of Chadbourn.... 

Bank of Haw River 

Commercial and Farmers Bank, Mebane 

First National Bank, Oxford 

Forsyth Savings and Trust Co., Winston-Salen 
Greensboro National Bank 



59.17 
108.63 



10.00 
18 36 
15.34 
4.00 
20.00 



157.59 



22.48 
69.58 



3.80 i 
11.76 



77.39 


{ 13.08 


18.75 


3.17 


20-87 


3.53 


146.02 


24.68 


48.93 


8.27 


23.67 


4.00 


142.88 


24.15 


47.33 


8.00 


58.07 


9.82 


118.33 


20.00 


23.67 


4.00 


77.31 


13.07 


127,02 


21.47 


23.67 


4.00 


508.08 


85.87 


26.18 


4.42 


118.33 


20.00 


23.67 


4.00 


27.78 


4.69 


177.15 


29.94 


17.04 


2.88 


15.50 


2.62 


47.33 


8.00 


11.83 


2.00 


159.56 


26.97 


62.43 


10.55 


23.67 


4.00 


11.83 


2.00 


23.67 


4.00 


24.27 


4.10 


23.67 


4.00 


25.32 


4.28 


23.78 


4.02 


289.37 


48.91 


38.12 


6.45 


236.67 


40.00 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



33 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX — continued. 



General FeDsions Total 



September, 1918. ,1 

Cabarrus Savings Bank. Concord- -.- $ 407.86 

First National Bank, Hickory ' 586.02 

First National Bank, Wadesboro - , 261.66 

Stokesdale Commercial Bank - ' 23.67 

Commonwealth Bank, Black Mountain 23.67 

Bank of Tabor... 23.67 

Farmers National Bank, Louisburg... 118.33 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Louisburg 124.41 

Fidelity Bank, Durham 942.46 

National Bank, New Bern.... 308.96 

First National Bank, Shelby 448.49 

Middlesex Banking Co.... 55.73 

Merchants and Farmers Bank, Marion 59.17 

Battery Park Bank, Asheville 236.67 

Bank of Bladen, Clarkton 74.79 

First National Bank, States\-iUe 236.67 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Stanley 23.67 

Bank of Roxboro .- 59.17 

Farmers and Commercial Bank, Benson 118.33 

Bank of Stem i 34.01 

Bankof Vass 25.49 

First National Bank, Ashcboro 59.17 

Bank of Winterville 55.38 

Bank of Pine Level.. 11 83 

Bank of Harnett, Duke. - 76 05 

Pinelops Banking Co 4916 

Bank of Cape Fear, Dunn 59.17 

Bank of Ahoskie 84.10 

Weldon Bank and Trust Co 63 90 

Clajton Banking Co..... 77 39 

Bank of Piltsboro... 28 93 

Peoples Savings Bank, Wilmington 178 40 

Bank of Columbus, Vineland... , 47.33 

Peoples Bank, Catawba ! 23.67 , 

Bank of Alexander j 49 06 \ 

Farmers and Merchants National Bank, Ayden I 82.83 

Rocky Mount .Savings and Trust Co... 236.67 

Avery County Bank. Newland 23.67 

Farmers and .Merchants Bank, Hillsboro 23.67 

Shuford .National Bank, Newton | 142.00 

Merchants and Farmers Bank, Mooresville ' 71.00 

Bank of Murphy i 71.00 

Bank of Littleton ' 63.50 

Merchants and Manufacturers Bank, Andrews .-I 23.67 

Bank of Pinehurst I 28.40 

Richland Farmers Bank, Aurora ' 59.17 

Bank of Sparta.... 53 49 

Bank of Leicester... ' 23.67 

First National Bank, Jefferson i 59.17 

Bank of Lansing i 23 67 

Bankof Grover .- | 30 46 

Bank of Gastonia ' 118 33 

Shelby National Bank i 118 33 



68 94 
99.05 
44.21 



476.80 
685.07 



4.00 


27.67 


4.00 


27.67 


4.00 


27 67 


20.00 


138,33 


21.03 


145,44 


59.29 


1.101,75 


52.22 


301,18 


75.80 


624,29 


9.42 


65.15 


10.00 


69.17 


40.00 


276 67 


12.64 


87 .43 


40.00 


276.67 


4.00 


27.67 


10,00 


69.17 


20 00 


138.33 


5.75 


39.76 


4 31 


29.80 


10,00 


69.17 


9 36 


64 74 


2 00 


13 83 


12,85 


88 90 


8 31 


57 47 


10 00 


69 17 


14 21 


98 31 


10,80 


74 70 


13.08 


90 47 


4 89 


33 82 


30 15 


208 56 


8 00 


55 33 


4.00 


27 67 


8 29 


57.35 


14.00 


96 83 


40.00 


276 67 


4 00 


27.67 


4 00 


27 67 


24 00 


166 00 


12 00 


83 00 


12 00 


83 00 


10.73 


74.23 


4 00 


27,67 


4 80 


33,20 


10.00 


69,17 


9 04 


62 .M 


4 00 


27 67 


10 00 


69 17 


4 00 


27 67 


5 15 


35 61 


20 00 


138 33 


20 00 


138 33 



3— Part 1—1918 



34 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX — Continued 



September, 1918. 

Cooleemee Bank J 23.38 

Bank of Lexington 118,33 

Mount Holly Bank- 28.04 

Peoples Bank, Randleman _ 23. 

Farmers and Merchants, Kinston 73.00 

Commercial and Savings Bank, Lexington 91.23 

Commercial National Bank, Charlotte _ 1,539.72 

Beaufort Banking and Trust Co _ _ 59.17 

Bank of Star _ _ 23.67 

Bank of Beulaville.-- _ _ 12.43 

Bank of Huntersviile 28 

Bank of Cornelius ___ 47.33 

National Bank, Kinston... 411.99 

Peoples Bank, Waco _ II 83 

Merchants and Farmers Bank, Statesville 59.17 

Bank of Davidson ._ 23.67 

Union Bank and Trust Co., Oxford 60.76 

Bank of Washington 185.06 

Bank of Nashville 47.33 

Bank of Colerain 83.93 

First National Bank, Wilson 343.28 

Bank of Varina 35.50 

First National Bank, Mount Olive 83.99 

Bank of Candor 23.67 

Carolina Bank and Trust Co., Red Springs 82.13 

Mechanics and Farmers Bank, Durham 40.98 

Bank of Roper 61.53 

Bank of Clyde 25.80 

Tuckaseegee Bank, Sylva 23.67 

Toisnot Banking Co., Elm City 73.76 

Bank of Pamlico, Bayboro ___ 23.67 

Bank of Lillington 25.69 

Citizens Bank and Trust Co., Concord 71 .00 

Bank of Clinton 66 95 

Bank of Wagram.. _ i 27.06 

Bank of Oakboro 19.29 

Bank of Norwood 32.56 j 

Savings, Loan and Trust Co., Monroe.. 65.84 

Maiden Bank, Maiden 23.67 

Citizens Bank and Trust Co., Soutliern Pines 37.58 

National Bank, Lumberton 236.67 

First National Bank, Laurinburg 86..38 j 

Bank of Gibson 53.85 

Bank of Union, Monroe 216.18 

Bank of Mars Hill 23.67 

Citizens National Bank, Raleigh 710 00 

National Bank of R( cky Mount 375.47 

Bailey Banking and Trust Co 36.11 

Bank of Vanceyville 15.45 

Raleigh Savings Bank 25.50 

Peoples Bank and Trust Co., Tryon 23.67 

Farmers Bank. Simbury 33.27 

Wake County Savings Bank 35,50 

Jackson County Bank, Sylva 41.13 



3.95 

20.00 
4.74 
4,00 

12.33 

15,42 
260.24 

10.00 
4.00 
2.10 
4.88 
8.00 

69.63 
2.00 

10.00 
4.0O 
8.58 

31.28 
8.00 

14.18 

58 02 
6.00 

14 20 
4.00 

13.88 
6 93 

10.40 
4.36 
4.00 

12.47 
4.00 
4.35 

12.00 

11.32 
4,73 
S.26 
5.50 

11,13 
4 00 
6.35 

40,00 

14.60 
9,10 

36.54 

4.00 

120.00 

63.46 
6.10 
2.61 
6.00 
4,00 
5,62 



1919] 



Document Xo. 5 



35 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX — continued. 




September, 1918. 

Bank of Pembroke -... 

I.uciin.a Bank 

Bank of Pink Hill 

Citizens Bank, Warrenton 

Bank of Creswell 

Commercial and Savings Bank, Boonville 

Bank of Red Springs 

Bank of Wilkesboro.. 

Bank of Jones, Trenton 

Merchants and Farmers, Garysburg 

Siler City Loan and Trust Co 

Bank of Pilot Mountain - 

Bank of King 

Merchants and Farmers Banlc, Bakersville... 

Bank of Hamlet 

Wilmington Savings Bank and Trust Co 

Bank of Hohgood 

Bank of Griffon 

Sa\-ings Bank and Trust Co., Elizabeth City, 

Bank of Lewiston 

Bank of Fremont 

Greenville Banking and Trust Co 

Bank of Aurora.. 

Bank of Saluda 

U ilson Trust and ,Sa\'ings Bank.. 

Citizens Bank, Burnsville 

Bank of Gibsonville 

Planters Bank, Stantonsburg... 

Bank of Kittrell 

Peoples Bank, Murfreesboro 

First National B.ank, Smith6eld 

Rou?e Banking Co., LaGrangp.. 

New Bern Banking and Trust Co.. 

Bank of Mount Gilead 

Bank of Proctorsville 

Bank of Marshville... 

Commercial Xational Bank, Raleigh 

State Bank, Laurinburp 

Champion Bank, Canton... 

Bank of Stony Point 

First National Bank, Salisbury 

Peoples Bank, Fnion Mills 

Bank of Spruce Pine 

Hank of Franklin 

Farn.ers Bank and Trust Co., Madison. 

Bank of .\tkinson.. 

First National Bank, Snow Hill 

Farmers Bank, Belhaven 

Citizens Bank, Kdenton 

Peoples Bank and Trust Co., Fairmont 

First National Bank, Elizabeth City 

Citizens Bank, Elizabeth City 

Bank of H'illy Springs , 

First National Bank, Durham , 



23.6- 


t 4 00 


S 27.67 


23. 6J 


4.00 


27.67 


23.67 


4.00 


27.67 


83.20 


' 14 .06 


97.26 


13.49 


2.28 


15.77 


23.67 


j 4.00 


27 67 


71.00 


12.00 


83.00 


41 42 


7,00 


48.42 


19.17 


3,24 


22.41 


21 84 


3.69 


25.53 


35.50 


6.00 


41.50 


35 50 


6 00 


41.50 


14.20 


2.40 


16.60 


23. Ci 


4.00 


27.67 


128.23 


' 21.67 


149.90 


236,67 


40.00 


276.67 


15.21 


2 57 


17.78 


55,20 


9.33 


64.53 


94,67 


16.00 


110.67 


43,89 


7.42 


51.31 


162 66 


27.49 


190.15 


244,76 


41 .3V 


286,12 


38,78 


0.55 


45.33 


23 07 


4.00 


27.67 


88.26 


14.92 


103.18 


70 93 


11 99 


82.92 


23,67 


4 00 


27.67 


23,07 


4.00 


27.67 


11 S3 


2,00 


13. S3 


47, .?3 


8,00 


.55. i3 


177,50 


30,00 


207 .,50 


.59,17 


10 00 


09.17 


230.07 


40,00 


276.67 


70,98 


1? ,01 


89.99 


23,67 


4 00 


27.67 


94,66 


16.00 


110.66 


710.00 


120.00 


830.00 


221.72 


37.47 


2.59.19 


23.67 


4.00 


27.07 


15.03 


2.54 


17 .,57 


141 93 


23.99 


165,92 


14 20 


2 40 


16,60 


23.67 


4,00 


27,07 


149,31 


25 24 


174 55 


35.50 


6,00 


41,50 


20.35 


3.44 


23,79 


59.17 


10.00 


09.17 


23 67 


4.00 


27.67 


95 22 


16.09 


111.31 


23.67 


4.00 


27.67 


243.10 


41 10 


284.26 


118.33 


20.00 


138.33 


11.83 


2 00 


13 83 


575 10 


97 20 


672.30 



36 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX — Continued. 



General PensioDS Total 



September, 1918. 

Bostic Bank _ _ ' $ 

Farmers Bank. Woodland __| 

Clay County Bank. Hayesville 

Citizen.s Bank, Bryson City 

Bank of Ellenboro I 

Planters Bank. Littleton 

Independence Trust Co __ 

Haynes Bank. Henrietta 

First National Bank. Burlington __ __ 

Farmers Bank. Scarboro _ 

Bank of Morehead. 

Bank of Rockwell 

B.ank of Wendell 

Bank of Fletcher ' 

Elm City Bank ■ 

Bank of Liberty. ' 

Bank of Roxobel 

Bank of Magnolia ■ 

Citizens Bank. Reidsville 

Washington County Bank 

Carolina State Bank. Saluda 

Citizens Bank. Warsaw 

Planters Bank. Battleboro 

Bank of Yancey. Burnsville 

Bank of Tryon... ! 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Columbia 

Buun Banking Co 

Bank of Gates.... ! 

Bank of Yadkin ' 

Peoples Bank. Leaksville 

Consolidated Trust Co j 

Totals.. I $ 

October, 1918. 

Bank of Ellerbe | S 

Greensboro Loan and Trust Co.. 

Bank of Hamilton -..j 

Citizens Bank. Murfreesboro 

Bank of Orange. Hillsboro.... j 

Citizens Bank, Henderson i 

Bank of China Grove.. J 

Peoples Bank. Selma 

Bank of McDonalds 

Bank of Sampson 

Planters and Merchants Bank, Everitts 

Bank of YoungsWlIe 

Bank of Winton 

Concord National Bank 

Boulevard Bank and Trust Co 

Citizens Bank, Franklinton ! 

First National Bank, Charlotte [ 

Southern State Bank... ' 

Home Banking Co., High Point. , 



14,20 
76.29 
11.83 
13.73 
23.67 
47.33 
,2.39.71 
38.26 

142 .00 
54.83 
35.50 
16.57 
70.15 
23 .67 
56.09 
42.27 
23.99 
23.67 

204.14 
47.33 I 
11.83 i 
52.07 t 
59.17 

102.29 
31.51 
47.33 
23.67 
81.99 
31.19 
35.50 

142 .00 



29.82 

473 .3.? 
29.79 
25.91 
48.43 

319.50 
24.51 
35.50 
23.67 
42.83 
23.6; 
41.37 
21.30 

239.09 
17.04 
65 ..56 

979.05 
59.17 
71.00 



2.40 

12.89 
2.00 
2.32 
4.00 
8.00 
209.53 
6.47 

24.00 
9.27 
6.00 
2.80 

11.86 
4.00 
9.48 
7.14 
4.06 
4.00 

34.50 



10.00 

17.29 
5.33 
8.00 
4.00 

13.86 
5.28 
6.00 

24.00 



t 3,886.21 I $ 26,879.43 



1 5.04 


S 34.86 


80.00 


553.33 


5.04 


34.83 


4.38 


30.29 


8.18 


56.61 


54.00 


373.50 


4.14 


28.65 


6.00 


41.50 


4.00 


27.67 


7.24 


50.07 


4.00 


27.67 


6.99 


48.36 


3.60 


24.90 


40.41 


279.50 


2.88 


19.92 


11.08 


76.64 


165.47 


1,144.52 


10.00 


69.17 


12.00 


83.00 



1919] 



Document Xo. 5 



37 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANE STOCK TAX — continued. 



Octobef, 1918. 

Bethel BankiDg and Trust Co 

Angier Bank and Trust Co 

Farmers Bank, Kenly 

Bank of Elizabethtown.. 

Bank of Matthews _ 

Citizens Bank, Wilmington. _ 

Bank of Cerro Gordo ___ _. 

First National Bank, Lexington. 

Bank of Granite 

Citizens National Bank, Durham 

Bank of Lenoir 

Citizen Bank and Trust Co., Benson 

Bank of Coats 

Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Forest City 

Bank of Manteo 

Bank of St. Pauls 

Davis and Wiley Bank, Salisbury 

First National Bank, KingE Mountain 

Bank of Southport 

Mechanics Savings Bank, Raleigh 

Valle Crucis Bank 

Bank of Mount Airy 

Bryson City Bank 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Wendell... 

Bank of Chapel Hill 

Central Bank and Trust Co 

Bank of Castalia 

Yadkin Valley Bank, East Bend 

Waxhaw Banking and Trust Co 

Citizens Bank, Richland 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Fair Bluff. 

Roanoke Chowan Bank, Roxobel 

Bank of Belmont _ 

County National Bank, I^incolnton 

Farmers and Trades Bank 

Imperial Trust Co 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Newton 

Bank of Hookerton 

First National Bank, Louisburg 

Merchants and Farmers Bank, Princeton.. 

Bank of Canton _._ 

First Bank and Trust Co 

Bank of Onslow 

Bank of Vanceboro 

Bank of Pee Dee 

Farmers Bank, Rockingham 

Citizens Bank, Mount Olive 

First National Bank, Marion 

Bank of Mayodan 

Bank of Ashe 

Peoples Bank, Thomasville 

Union National Bank, Charlotte 

Watauga County Bank 

Bank of Pikeville 



35 03 


5.92 


28.03 


4.74 


21.65 


3 66 


106.16 


17.94 


23.67 


4.00 


121 15 


20.48 


18 93 


3,20 


386.24 . 


65.28 


118.33 


20.00 


47.33 


8.00 


26.85 


4.54 


177.50 


30.00 


15.40 


2.60 


39.40 


6 66 


196.30 [ 


33.18 


132.11 


22.33 


38.72 


6 55 


35.50 1 


6.00 


41.65 


7.04 


230.39 , 


38.94 


75.00 


12.68 


35.50 


6.00 


46.55 


7.87 


150 38 


25.42 


17.87 


3.02 


11.83 j 


2.00 


106.62 ' 


18.02 


32.46 


5.49 


16.57 


2.80 


22.96 


3.88 


51 .02 


8.62 


94.67 


16.00 


26 40 


4.46 


45.68 


7.72 


91.40 


15.45 


45.88 


7.75 


118.33 1 


20.00 


25.73 


4.35 


24.61 


4.16 


177.50 


30.00 


56.02 1 


9.47 


23.67 


4.00 


266.26 


45.00 


62.65 


10 59 


105 61 


17.85 


130.56 1 


22.07 


23.67 


4.00 


70.50 


11.92 


23.65 


4.00 


236 6! 


40.00 


104.37 


17.64 


23.67 


4.00 



38 



Document No. 5 



[ Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX — continued. 



October, 1918. 

Bank of North Wilkesboro.... 

Bank of Hyde 

Bank of Conway 

Johnston County Bank and Trust Co 

Bank of Warren.. 

First National Bank, Morganton 

American Trust Co 

Deposit and Savings Bank 

Home Savings Bank 

Bank of Roseboro J... 

Hertford Banking Co 

Bank of Black Creek 

Bank of Stoneville 

Bank of Old Fort. 

Durham Loan and Trust Co 

Citizens Bank, Halifax.. 

Merchants National Bank, Winston-Salem,. 

Farmers Bank and Trust Co 

Bank of Hoke 

Citizens Bank, Elk Park 

Brevard Banking Co 

Pamlico Savings and Trust Co 

Peoples Bank, New Bern 

Pollocksville Banking and Trust Co 

Stanly County Loan and Trust Co... 

Citisens Bank, Wake Forest 

Bank of Edenton 

Bank of Thomasville. 

Chatham Bank, Siler City 

Merchants National Bank, Raleigh 

Bank of Northampton 

Farmers Banking and Trust Co 

Bank of Broadway 

Wayne National Bank 

Bank of Garner 

Farmers Atlantic Bank 

Branch Banking Co., Wilson 

Scotland County Savings Bank 

Bank of Denton 

HoUoway, Murphy & Co 

Planters and Commercial Bank 

Bank of Randolph.... 

First National Bank, Tarboro .,_ 

Bank of Anson 

First National Bank, Hamlet 

Fourth National Bank, Fayetteville. 

Caswell Banking and Trust Co 

Bank of Oak City.. 

Bank of LilesviUe.. _ 

Bank of Ramseur 

Bank of Fair BluR 

Peoples Bank. Roxboro 

Alamance Loan and Trust Co 

Merchants and Farmers Bank, Charlotte 



125.08 


$ 21.14 


31.94 


5.41 


34.46 


5.82 


59,17 


10.00 


71.00 


12.00 


196.11 


33.15 


, 381- .28 


233.79 


n.oo 


12.00 


81.96 


13.85 


24 41 


4.13 


86.58 


14 .6? 


23.67 


4.00 


36.50 


6.17 


18 93 


3.20 


268.70 


45.41 


18.46 


3.12 


236.67 


40.00 


47.33 


8.00 


28.40 


4.80 


23.55 


3.98 


236.67 


40.00 


.59.17 


10.00 


236.67 


40.00 


35.60 


6.00 


70.04 


11.84 


29.58 


5.00 


168.56 


28.49 


130.17 


22.00 


21.89 


3.70 


236.67 


40.00 


25.45 


4.30 


72.43 


12.24 


11.83 


2.00 


832.88 


140.77 


18.93 


3.20 


37.39 


6.32 


262.74 


44.41 


23.67 


4.00 


23.67 


4.00 


5.46 


.92 


35.50 


6.00 


139.99 


23.66 


122.47 


20.70 


25.09 


4.24 


59.17 


10.00 


33.89 


5.73 


94.67 


16.00 


25.70 


4.34 


47.29 


8.00 


59.17 


10.00 


36.09 


6.10 


159.41 


26.94 


314.77 


53.20 


638.54 


107.92 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



39 



Statement D — Continued, 



BATTK STOCK TAX — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Total 


October. 1918. 


{ 35.50 
23.67 
14.67 
23.67 
161.76 


S 6.00 
4.00 
2.48 
4.00 
27.34 


t 41,50 




27.67 




17,15 




27.67 




189.10 








( 14,289.82 


$ 2.415 21 


$ 16,705.03 






November, 1918. 

Fir«t Vntwm.il Rank. T^noir 


t 118.33 


S 20.00 


% 128.33 



Bank of Fairmont 

First National Bank, Cherryvillc 

Farmers Banking and Trust Co 

Rockingham Sa\'ings Bank and Trust Co 

Citizens Bank, Wilson 

Bank of Kenly 

Textile Bank, Greensboro ___ 

Bank of Davie 

Citizens Bank, Spring Hope 

Bank of Morganton 

Bank of Madison , 

Citizens Bank, Asheville.. , 

Bank of Bladen 

Citizens National Bank.. 

Bank of Sanford 

Bank of Fountain 

Bank of Weldon 

First National Bank, Albemarle 

Bank of Ayden , 

Sharpsburg Banking Co 

Bank of Aulander... 

Bank of French Broad 

Peoples Bank, Apex 

Bank of Townsville 

Surry County Loan and Trust Co 

First National Bank, Mount Airy - 

Peoples Bank, Chapel Hill 

Murchison National Bank 

Bank of Maxton 

Peoples Bank and Trust Co 



47.33 
118.33 
35.50 
236.67 
140.95 
23.67 
159.62 
90.95 
105.76 
54.43 
71.00 
236.67 
81.26 
118.33 
95.23 
29.58 
96.60 
118.33 
252.96 
17.13 
54.46 
99.15 
23.67 
23,67 
59.17 I 
177.50 I 
23.67 1 
2,549.13 
188.36 
352.16 



8.00 
20.00 

6,00 
40,00 
23.82 

4.00 
26.98 
15.37 
17.88 

9.20 
12.00 
40.00 
13.74 
20.00 
16,10 

5.00 
16.33 
20.00 
42.75 

2.90 

9.21 
16.76 

4.00 

4.00 
10.00 
30.00 

4.00 
4.30.84 
31.84 
59.62 






5,799.67 



980.24 



Grand totals.. 



BANK STOCK TAX PENALTIES. 

Received on above account as follows: 



June, 1918 
Peoples Bank, Black Mountain.. 



40 



Docuj 



jSTo. 



[ Session 



Statement D — Continued. 





BONDS. STATE IMPROVEMENTS. 










Received on above account as follows: 








April, 1918. 










The People 


s Savings Bank, Wilmington, bond issue July 1 


S 9,000.00 






First Natic 


nal Bank, Rocky Mount, bond issue July 1 


10,000.00 






First National Bank, Wilson, bond issue July 1 


20,000.00 






Murchison 


National Bank, Wilmington, bond issue July 1 


13,000.00 






First National Bank, Asheboro, 2% of bid, bond issue July 1 


200.00 






Richard H 




5,000.00 


$ 








57,200.00 




$ 









BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 





General 


Pensions 


Total 


December, 1917. 


S 22,67 
103.95 
176.64 
101.38 
127.38 
99.94 
190.63 
44.13 
6.62 
63.22 
44.80 
11.90 
23.58 
18.18 
66.02 
3.12 
116.17 
22,67 
19.94 
45.82 
16.56 
.28 
3,11 
137.69 
11.54 


$ 4,00 






17 57 ; 121 52 






New Bern Building and Loan 


17 13 118 51 




21 .53 1 148 91 


Citizens Cooperative Building and Loan, Salisbury 


16,89 116.83 

32 22 1 232 S.^; 


Peoples Building and Loan, Thomasville 

West .\sheville Building and Loan _ 


7.46 
1.12 
10.68 
7.57 
2.02 
3.98 
3.07 


51.59 

7.74 




73 90 






Mecklenburg Building and Loan, Charlotte ___ 

Perpetual Building and Loan, Monroe 


13.92 
27.56 
21 2.'i 


Robeson Building and Loan, Lumberton 

Catawba Rural Credit, Hickory 

First Building and Loan. Hickory 

Hillsboro Building and Loan 


11.16! 77.18 

.53 ! 3.65 

19.64 I 135.81 

3,84 26.51 




3.37 23.31 




7.74 53.56 




2,80 19.36 




.05 1 .33 




.53 i 3.64 




26.65 ; 184.34 




1.95 1 13-49 








Totals 


i 1.498.94 


i 253.35 


S 1,752.29 


January, 1918. 

Rural Building and Loan, Wilmington ,.,.. 


S 91.30 
89.70 
10,29 
40.75 
54.64 


t 15.43 
15.16 
1.74 
6.89 
9.24 


t 106.73 
104.86 


Pitt Building and Loan 


12.03 


Peoples Building and Loan 


47.64 




63.88 






Totals 


S 236.68 


t 48.46 


t 335.14 



1919] 



Document 2io. 5 



41 



Statement D — Continued. 



BUILDIXQ 4ND LOAN ASSOCIATION TAX — continued. 



February, 1918. 

Albemarle Building and Loan 

Standard Building and Loan, Winston-Salen 

Orton Building and Loan, Wilmington. 

Hamlet Building ana Loan 

Peoples Building and Loan, Durham 

Shelby Building and Loan 

Mooresv'ille Building and Loan 

Building and Loan Association. 

Randleman Building and Loan 

Alamance Home Builders 

Washington Building and Loan 

Forest City Building and Loan 



Totals.. 



March, 1918. 

Edenton Building and Loan 

Carolina Building and Loan 

Salisbury-Spencer Building and Loan 

Standard Building and Loan, New Bern 

Mutual Building and Loan, Charlotte 

Shelby and Cleveland Cooperative Building and Loan. 
Home Building and Loan, Henderson 



Totals 



April, 1918. 

Dunn Building : 



June, 1918. 

Fealty Building and Loan, Winston-Salem. 
*Home Building and Loan, Charlotte 



July, 1918. 

Perpetual Building . 



43.20 
164,29 
60. bo 
12.48 
.57 
217.83 
26 88 
6,57 
19.56 
93.39 



22,23 

150.56 

4.23 

2.76 

200.82 



7.30 
27.77 
10.25 
2,11 

.10 I 
36 82 
4.54 
1.11 
3.31 
15 .75 



1.44 
23.70 



3.76 
25.46 1 



33.94 
14.25 ; 



50,50 
192 C6 

70.90 

14 59 

.67 

254 65 

31,42 



176 02 
4.94 
3.23 





52.77 




8.92 




61,69 


i 


517.65 


$ 


87.51 


i 


605,16 


% 


24.45 


S 


4.13 


% 


28.58 



5 19 
27.70 



ad Lo 



, Salisbury ( 



September, 1918. 

Wilson Home and Loan, W'ilson 

Elkin-Jonesville Building and Loan, Elkin 

Citizens Building and Loan, Concord 

Morganton Building and Loan, Morganton 

Concord Pfrpetual Building and Loan, Concord.. 

Realty Building and Loan, Winston-Salem 

Lexington Perpetual Building and Loan 

Piedmont Building and Loan, High Point 

Home Building and Loan, Landis 

nia Mutual Building and Loan 

1 Building and Loan, Wadcsboro 

rille Buildi"ng and Loan 

First Building and Loan, Statesville 

Piedmont Building and Loan, Winston-Salem 

Morven Building and Loan. 

New Home Building and Loan, Rocky Mount 



Gasto 



Farn 



93.31 
115.59 
134.09 
4.44 
102.45 ' 
98.41 I 
35.39 
7.00 
46.94 
51.3! 
161.88 
21.78 
13.97 I 
187.60 I 



15.77 
19.54 



17.31 
16.63 



7.93 
8.68* 

27.36 
3.68 
2.36 

31.71 



228.12 
.77 
109 08 
13."), 13 
loli,75 
5 19 
119,76 
115 04 
41.37 
S.18 
54 87 
60.05 
189.24 
25.46 
16.33 
219.31 



42 



Document j^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued, 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION TAX — Continued. 



September, 1918. 

Home Building and Loan, Washington 

Home Building and Loan, Greenville 

Citizens Building and Loan, Rocky Mount 

Mechanics Home Association, Wilmington 

Twin City Building and Loan, Leaksville 

Home Building and Loan. Asheville 

Cabarrus County Building and Loan, Concord 

Peoples Building and Loan, Thomasville. 

Rockingham Building and Loan 

Metropolitan Trust Co., Wilmington 

Boulevfird Building and Loan, Ijcaksville 

Brooklyn Building and Loan, Wilmington 

Atlantic Building and Loan, Wilson 

Home Building and Loan. Spray. _.. 

Oxford Building and Loan. Oxford 

Pinetops Building and Loan 

Home Builders Building and Loan, Albemarle. 

Mount Holly Building and Loan 

Meclvlenburg Building and Loan 

Alamance Home Builders Building and Loan, 

Davidson Building and Loan. 

Wilmington Homestead and Loan 

Graham Home Building Co 

Canton Building and Loan 

New Home Building and Loan, Maiden 
North Wilkesboro Building and Loan... 

Cross Creek Building and Loan 

Home Building and Loan 

Peoples Building and Loan 

Orton Buildinp and Loan, Wilmington.. 

Mutual Building and Loan, Hickory 

Rowan County Building and Loan 

Stony Point Building and Loan 

Cherryville Building and Loan 

Workingman'a Building and Loan 

Zebulon Building and Loan -. 

Home Building and Loan 

McDowell Building and Loan 

Goldsboro Building and Loan _._ 

Citizens Building and Loan 



Totals.- - -- 

October, 1918. 

Sanford Buihling and Loan 

Beaufort County Building and Loan... 

Peoples Building and Loan 

High Point Perpetual Building and Lo 

Workmen's Building and Loan 

Mutual Building and Loan 

Hamlet Building and Loan 

Standard Building and Loan 

Enfield ftudding and I-oan .. 

Drplin Rural Building and Loan 




1919] 



Document Xo. 5 



43 



Statement D — Continued. 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION TAX — continued. 



October, 1918. 

Bessemer City Building and Loan. i t 

Brevard Building and Loan 

Clayton Building and Loan ' 63.16 

Belmont Building and Loan 4b. 76 

Citizens Coo(>erutive Building and Loan... | 35.14 

Raleigh Building and Loan ! 1?.?8 

Citizens Building and Loan, j 5 63 

Community Savings and Lo»n Co J 50.73 

Eureka Builoing and Loan 1 9.00 

Randolph County Building and Loan , S.56 

Lexingtor Home Building and Loan 15 33 

Mutual Building and Loan 61 .M 

Durham Building and Investment Co 140.40 

Southport Building and Loan 10.95 

Raeford Building and Loan 25.39 

Uinston-Salem Building and Loan 130.19 

.Mechanics Perpetual Building and Loan 633.38 

Laborers Building and Loan 58.75 

Mutual Building and Loan , 1 .60 

Citizens Building and Loan 117 58 

Gaston County Building and Loan , 5.29 

Cooperative Building and Loan, Norlina | 20.47 

Totals ( 1,891 .33 

November, 1918. 

Madison Building and Loan I % ?5.76 

Mutual Building and Loan. '. .84 

City and Suburban Building and Loan , 43 .61 

Rocky Mount Homestead and Loan | 216.09 

Peoples Building and Loan 46.29 

Albemarle Building and Loan. 49.17 

Sroithfield Building and Loan. 73.66 

Tarboro Building and Loan 58.90 

Mutual Building and Loan 18.73 

Totals I 533.05 

Grand totals S 9,432.59 




319.68 ' S 2.211.01 



7.37 


50.98 


36.52 


252.61 


7.82 


54.11 


8.31 


57.48 


12.45 


86.11 


9.95 


68.85 


3.17 


21.90 



BriLDINQ AND LOAN ASSOCIATION PENALTIES. 

Received on above account as follows: 



Home Building and Loan, Charlotte, 1916 


$ 


2.77 


t 


2.77 


July, 1918. 


* 


6.39 




6.3» 






Totals 


% 









u 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



BUSINESS COLLEGE LICENSES. 

Received on above account as follows: 
March, 1918. 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent 

J, Y. Joyner, Superintendent 

ApiJl. 1918. 
J. Y. Joyner. Superintendent 

August. 1918. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent 

September. 1918. 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent _ 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent 

Totals 

CHEROKEE INDIAN NORMAL SCHOOL. 

Received from above account as follows: 
April, 1918. 
Donation, Board of Education Robeson County 





CORPORATIONS. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December, 1917. 

Craddock Mfg. Co 

National Musical Festival of A 

H. C. Long Co 

Kramer Amusement Co. 

Runnymede Mill No. 3... 

North State Ice Co 

Rocky Mount Ice and Fuel Co. 

Groves Mills, Inc 

Flint Mfg. Co ._ 

Springer Coal Co.. 

Bullock Land and Supply Co.. 

Ivey Shoe Co 

Haynes Mills, Inc 

Mayo Mills Co 

N. A. Currie Co 

Long Mfg. Co 

Gardner-Scott Grocery Co 

Leader Publishing Co 

Union Warehouse Co 

W. R. Harrell Co 

Leaksville-Spray Grocery Co... 

Variety Stores Co ___ 

Davis-Moore Paint Co... , 



1 30 


$ 5.00 


,40 


5 00 


4.00 


10.00 


1.12 


5.00 


8.00 


20.00 


18.00 


16.80 


14.00 


16.80 


88.88 




211.19 




»12.00 


12.00 


6.87 


8.00 


1.60 


5.00 


6 00 




220.00 


260.00 


20.00 


11.60 


1.18 


5.00 


.80 


5.00 


.60 


5.00 


3.20 


9.80 


1.20 


5.00 


7.92 


5.00 


1.24 


5.00 


4.48 


6.44 



1919] 



DoCtTMENT N"o. 5 



45 



Statement D — Continued. 



coRPOBATTONa — coniinucd. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


December, 1917. 
Cockrell & Williams Co ._.. 


t 11.83 
9.38 


S 2.00 
1.59 


t 5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
16.00 
64.84 
10.00 
14.20 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
17.73 


$ 18.83 




15.97 




f5.00 




130.32 
146.73 
40.70 
50.41 
19.37 
22 00 
11.00 
11 .83 
104.91 
56.38 
30.77 

6.04 
24.38 

5.21 
94.67 
59.17 
28.64 

7.34 

563.15 

16.57 

11.60 

1,656.67 

5.92 
94.67 

5.92 

4.97 
11.27 
18.82 
14.20 
11 54 
123.73 
21.66 
47.33 
70.69 


22.03 

24.80 
6.88 
8.52 
3.27 
3.73 
1.86 
2.00 

17.73 
9.54 
5.20 
1.02 
4.12 
.88 

16.00 

10.00 
4.84 
1.24 

95.18 
2.80 
1.96 
2S0.00 
1.00 

16.00 
1.00 
.84 
1.90 
3.18 
2.40 
1.95 

20.91 
3.66 
8.00 

11.93 


168.35 


Necionsett Mills, Inc.. -. 


236.37 
57.58 




73.13 


Southern Supply Co _ 

Rigby-Marrow Co 

I.andis Hardware Co... 

Randolph Chair Co 

Robt. Harris & Bro. 


27.64 
30,73 
17,86 
18,83 
140.37 


Carolina Supply Co 


65.92 


5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
20.00 
16.00 


40.97 


Sikes-Collins Co... 


12.06 
.34 .50 


Robeson County Loan and Trust Co 

Robeson Mfg. Co 

Sam'l Watkins Department Store Co 


11.09 
130.67 
85.17 
33.48 






8.58 


Holt Granite Mills Co.... 


158.76 


817.09 


H. C. Bright Co. 


19.37 


English Drug Co. ... 


5.00 

270.00 

5,00 

22.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 

28.80 
5.00 

16.00 
6.24 
5.00 
5.00 
8.16 
5.00 
5.00 
7.20 

10.29 

24,00 
5,00 
5,00 
9,60 
5,00 
6.00 

19.20 
7.38 

30.00 
5.00 


18.56 


Henrietta Mills Co 

Cooperative Warehouse Co 


2,206.67 
11.92 
132.67 


Presbyterian Standard Publishing Co 

Star Printing Co 

Harris-Young Co 


11,92 
10,81 
18,17 
27,00 


Guilford Motor Car Co 

Marsh-Bowman Co 


22 00 
18,49 
173,44 




.■i0,32 




71,33 


Pridgen Mfg. Co 

F. W . Woolworth Co. 


88,76 
5,00 


J. L. Overby Co 


1 6.63 

30.00 

i; .75 

18.93 

52.07 

36.68 

142.00 

9.47 

4,26 

123.13 

1 3.55 

1 7.10 

21.23 

35 ..W 

113.03 

1 52.91 


1.12 
5.07 
3.00 
3.20 
8.80 
6.20 

24.00 

1.60 

.72 

20.81 
.60 
1.20 
3.59 
6.00 

19.10 
8.94 


12.75 


Henderson Ice and Cold Storage Co 

Wilson Wholesale Co... 

Oldham & Worth, Inc 


43 ,23 
25.75 
27.13 




08,07 




53,17 


J. Van Lindley Nursery Co 


190,00 
10,07 




9.98 


Henderson Grf^eery Co 

Onslow Rod & Gun Club 

Southern Drainage and Construction Co. 
Carolina Land and Development Co 


153.54 
9.15 
14.30 
44.02 
48 88 




162.13 


Durham-Murphy Land Co _ 


66.85 



46 



Document No. 5 



[ Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


December, 1917. 


{ 1.42 
73.37 
21.43 
.83 
23.67 
47.33 
12.07 
2.25 
449.58 
19.60 
134.95 


% 0.24 
12.40 
3.63 
.14 
4.00 
8.00 
2.04 
.38 
75.99 
3.31 
22.81 


$ 5.00 
11.60 
5.00 


: 6.66 
97.37 


Central Falls MiUc, Inc 

Wendell Trading Co 


LaFayette Mutual Life Insuarnce Co.. . 


.97 


Riverside Milling Co 


6.00 
37.20 
6.00 
6.00 
124.00 
5.00 




Cross Cotton Mills Co 




Hawks-Rothrock Drug Co 




Wendell Publishing Co.. 












Forsyth Mfg. Co 


157 76 


DeSoto Land and Gin Co.. 


62.40 
5.00 

10.00 
6 44 
5.00 
5.00 

12.50 

40.00 
6.00 




Villa Heights Co 


20.12 

91.05 

47.33 

35.50 

29 54 

35.50 

177 .50 

2 37 

252.40 

2.84 

94.67 

517.49 

389.30 

14.05 

1.51 

105.86 

42.23 

14.20 

9.94 

9.47 


3.40 
l.i.39 
8.00 
6.00 
5.00 
6.00 
30.00 
.40 
42.66 
.48 
16.00 
87.46 
65.80 
2.37 
.25 
17.89 
7.14 
2.40 
1.68 
1.60 




Eastern Carolina Land and Lumber Co.... 
Williams Mfg Co.. 


• 116.44 
61 77 


Belk-Harrv Co... 




Southside Hardware Co.... 




Keystone Finishing Mills Co 




South .Atlantic Waste Co. 




Mary Elizabeth Hospital Co. 


7.77 


Bonnie Cotton Mills Co. 


296 06 


Nash Horse Medicine Co 


5.00 
32.1)0 
40.00 
12.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.40 
12.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
120.00 
6.00 
8.00 


8.32 
■ 142 67 






Leaksville Cotton Mills Co *.... 


467.10 


Spray B.aseball Association _ 

Parks-Belk Co 


6.76 


J. D. McLean 




Wadcsboro Clothing and Shoe Co 

Raeford Furniture Co.. 


22.60 


Winston Brick and Tile Co 






120.00 


American Yarn Co 




5 00 




46.78 
23.67 
22.29 

9.11 
66.27 
568.00 
35.50 
46.27 

1.18 
22.64 
94.67 

5.92 

1.07 
26.64 

7.10 
34.86 
46.15 
14.20 
19.99 
100.05 


7.91 
4.00 
3.78 
1.64 

11.20 

96.00 
6.00 
7.82 
.20 
3.83 

16.00 
1.00 
.18 
4.50 
1.20 
5.89 
7.80 
2.40 
3.38 

16.91 


62.69 


Evening News Publishing Co., 1915. 


27.67 


.\sheville I»aint and Glass Co., 1916... 




26.17 


Asbeville Development Co. 1910... 




10.65 


Southern Realty Co 


5.00 

104.52 

6.00 

12 00 
5.00 
5.00 

11.(2 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 


82.47 


Selma Mfg. Co 

Valley River Lumber Co... I 


47.60 


Star Theatre Co j 


6 38 


Wake Forest Supply Co : 

Turner-White Coffin Co 


31.47 
122.39 


Brock Electric Co : 


11.92 
6.25 




37 14 


United Furniture Co . ' 


13.30 


G. C. Lowell Co.. 1 


46.75 


Williams-BrowDell Planing Mill Co. 


63.95 




6.00 
6.00 
10.00 


21.60 


Wilson Storage Co 


28.37 


R. P. Watson Co 1 


126.96 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



47 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



General PeoBions Franchise Total 



December, 1917. 

Worth Lumber Cn..,_ 

Southern Timber and Lumber Co 

Farmers Cooperative Tobacco Co 

•Standard Supply Co 

Fidelity Trust Co 

J. R. Wilson Lumber Co 

Kennefly-Moye Realty Co 

Planters Warehouse Co 

Sloop Drug Co _ 

Southmoat Realty Co 

Capital Buggy Co 

Monrne Hardware Co.. 

Kendrick Brick and Tile Co 

Regina Hosiery Mill Co 

Jerome Bolick Sons Co 

Henderson Hosiery Co 

Hamilton Millinery Co 

Borden Mfg. Co 

Bon Marche, Inc 

I.iddell Co 

Home Builders Mfg. Co.... 

Sarah Elizabeth Hospital Co 

Union Republican Publishing Co 

Albemarle Ice and Fuel Co 

Secrest-Sloan Drug Co 

EUis Carriage Works Co.... 

Southern Fruit Co 

Rowan Hardware and Machine Co... 

Ronzes Garage Co 

A. Collins Lumber Co 

Ridge\-iew Hosiery Mill Co.... 

Sugar Loaf Gin and Oil Co..." 

Carolina Packing Co 

Worth Co 

Scholtz, The Florist 

Mount .\iry Furniture Co.. 

Carolina Cotton and Wool Mill Co... 

Nantucket Mills Co 

Rockingham Co 

Mountain State Mica and Mining Co, 

Mount Olive Mfg. Co 

Henderson Buggy Mfg. Co 

Hasty Gin Co 

Climax L'pholstcring Co 

Spencer Mercantile Co 

Highland Home and Realty Co 

Jacobs- Kaplan Co 

W. H, King Drug Co 

Hen Cackle Poultry Supply Co 

Efird Mfg. Co 

Wray 

Henderson Loan and Real Estate 

Grimes Realty Co 

W. C. Underbill Co 



9.47 
74.46 I 

9.94 i 
23.13 

8 28 
19.40 ! 

7.99 !• 
47.32 I 

9.48 
.47 
24.14 
188.80 
23.67 
28.40 
21.30 

20.59 ; 

23.67 
473 .33 

47.81 
165.67 

13.02 
9.94 

15.69 

21.30 
7.10 

23.67 

23.67 

18.93 

47.33 
9.47 

59.17 

11.83 I 

11.83 [ 

14.56 I 

16.57 
213.42 
142.00 ' 
503 .49 

60.10 
7.05 

23.67 

40.23 
3.91 

12.72 

23.67 

22.90 

14.20 

112 44 

4.73 

838.83 

11.64 

48.45 

375.69 ! 

9.90 ' 



1.60 


t 5.00 


12.58 


32.80 


1.68 


5.00 


3.94 


16.00 


1.40 


5.00 


3.28 


6.00 


1.35 


5.00 


8.00 


8.80 


1.60 


5.00 


.08 


5.00 


4.08 


5.36 


31.92 


50.00 


4.00 


5.00 


4.80 


5.45 


3.60 


6.80 


3.48 


5.00 


4.00 


5 00 


80.00 


120.00 


8.08 


10.00 


28.00 


60.00 


2.20 


5.00 


1.68 


7.80 


2.65 


6.24 


3.60 


5.00 


1.20 


5.00 


4.00 


20.00 


4.00 


5.00 


32.0 


5.00 


8.00 


18.64 


1.60 


5.00 


10.00 


8.72 


2.00 


5.00 


2.00 


6.96 


2.46 


5.00 


2.80 


5 00 


36.07 


5.00 


24 00 


40.00 


85.10 


104.12 


10.16 


59.52 


1.19 


5 00 


4.00 


5 00 


6.80 


9.29 


.66 


5 00 


2.15 


5 00 


4.00 




3 87 


8 40 


2.40 


5 00 


19.00 


20 OS 


.80 


5.00 


140.00 


200.00 


1.97 


7,60 


8.19 


12 00 


63.50 


80 00 


1.67 


5.00 



16.07 
119.84 
16.62 
43.07 
14 68 
28.68 
14,34 

64 13 
16.08 

5.55 
33.58 
270.72 
32.67 
38,05 
31.70 
29,07 
32.67 
673.33 
65.89 
253.67 
20.22 
19.42 
24.58 
• 29 .90 
13.30 
47,67 
32.67 
27.13 
73.97 
16,07 
77,89 
18,83 
20.79 
22.02 
24.37 
2.i4 ,49 
2116 00 
6(12 71 
129 78 
13 24 
32 67 
56. •52 
9 57 
l!l 87 
2r 67 
3,i 17 
21 CO 
1,V2 42 
10 53 
1.178 83 
21 21 

65 64 
519 19 

16.57 



48 



DoCtTMENT N"o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



December. 1917. 

J. P. Wyatt & Sons 

Joseph -J. Stone & Co 

P.-intpgo Farms Co._. 

Lindsay-Butler Supply Co 

Moore Cotton Mills Co.. 

Raleigh Auction Co 

Wbitnell Cotton Mills- .:.. 

Lenoir Cotton Mill Co 

Hurlson Cotton Mfg. Co 

Greenville Cotton Mills 

Sun Laundry 

Dan River Insurance and Land Co 

Times Publishing Co 

Sparks World Famous Shows 

Wilkinson Lumber Co 

Crescent Furniture Co 

Duck Lake Lumber Co 

Tar River Lumber Co 

Rowland Cotton Storage Co 

Balfour Quarry 

Williamson & Nance Co 

Farmers Furnishing Co 

Southern Pines Athletic Association. 

Soiiihern Pines Country Club 

Home Building Co 

Efird Mercantile Co 

Durham Land and Security Co 

Ramseur Furniture Co 

Aycock Bros. & Co 

J. W. Carter Co 

S.inford Real F,state Loan and Trust Co. 

Crawford Planing and Mill .Supply Co 

Guilford Abstract and Title Co 

Sanford Cotton Mills Co 

Fidelity Mfg. Co 

Watson & King 

E. Holding... 

Wake Forest Loan and Real Estate 

McCanless Real Estate Co 

Dorselt-Godwin Co 

Gem City Amusement Co 

Piedmont Commission Co 

Perry-Horton Co 

Hamilton Realty Co.. I9I4.. 

Hamilton Realty Co., 1917 

Yadkin Development Co 

Conrad Hardware Co 

Kramer Realty Co 

Green River Mfg. Co... 

Wilbanks Mercantile Co 

Champion Chemical Co 

Grosland Farming Co 

Hines Buggy Co 

Spainhour-Sydnor Dry Goods Co 



General Fensions Franchise Total 



180.25 
59.17 



21.89 



4.57 

213.00 

295.83 

236.67 

142 00 

2.00 

6.51 

23.67 

23.67 

11.83 

7.93 

7.46 

390.50 

7.10 



59.17 
2.84 
6.63 
90.04 
29.58 
55.13 
120.70 
27.60 
207.58 
14.67 
47.33 
.30 
278.40 
52 07 
12.31 
4.73 
17.75 
28.40 
1.18 
4.7? 
35.50 
21.30 
11.83 
11.83 
7.48 
14.20 
74.19 
355.00 
18.93 
7.10 
11.83 
7.10 
23,67 



30 .4/ 
10.00 
2.95 
3.70 



.77 
36.00 
50.00 
40.00 
24.00 
.49 
1.10 
4.00 
4.00 
2.00 
1.34 
1.26 
66.00 



38,00 
7.76 
5.00 
5.00 

30.00 
5,00 

60.00 

60.00 ; 

40.00 
50.00 

5.00 

5.00 
11.08 
16.00 

5.00 

5.00 
14.80 
120.00 

5.00 
12.28 

5.00 
10.00 

5.00 



1.12 


5.00 


15.32 


8.00 


5.00 


8.00 


9.32 


14.00 


20.40 


20.46 


4.67 


5.00 


35.08 




2.48 

s'oo 


5.00 
5.16 



5.00 
59.88 
13.80 
5 00 
5.00 
5,00 



4 80 


5.00 


.20 


5.00 


.80 


5.00 


6.00 


13.68 


3.60 


5.00 


2.00 


12,00 


2.00 


12.00 


1.26 


7.00 


2.40 


5.00 


12.54 




60.00 


40.00 


3.20 


5.00 


1.20 


6.40 


2.00 


7.20 


1.20 


5,00 


4.00 


5.00 



1919] 



Document N'o. 5 



49 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



December, 191'/. 

North Fork Lumber Co 

Forest City Mercantile Co 

Kent- Jordan Co 

Tryon Country Club 

Lincoln Litliia Club. _.. 

Norwood Mfg. Co 

Gastonia Insurance and Realty Co.. 

Southern Mfg. Co 

Lambeth Furniture Co 

Piedmont Ice and Coal Co 

Virgilina Development Co 

Columbia Securities Co _._ 

Person Union Tobacco Co 

Mode! Ginning Co 

Standard Table Co 

Badin Supply Co 

Virginia Cotton Mills 

Gastonia Furniture Co 

Hub Realty Co 

Anna Cotton Jtills Co 

Kings Mountain Mfg. Co 

Oak City Supply Co... 

Aycock Ginning and Storage Co 

Grice-Whitehurst Insurance Agency,. 

Kelford Wholesale Co 

W. Farlow, Inc 

Capital Insiu-ance and Realty 

Yadkin Drug Co 

Jackson Springs Hardware Co 

Sanitarium Co 

Veneer Oil Co 

New Bern Re-Drying Tobacco Co... 

Hertford Mercantile Co.. 

Apex Mule and Supply Co 

AsheviUe Morris Plan Co 

Elizabeth City Cotton Mills 

Wilson Sanatorium 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Haw Creek .Milling Co.... 

W. H. Winstead, Inc 

Crocker Machine and Foundry Co... 

Waynesville Hospital 

Caraleigh Mills Co 

Myrtle Desk Co... 

Chimney Rock Co 

East End Realty Co 

Trust Building Corporation 

J. M. Scott & Co 

Carolina Creamery 

Charlotte Observer Co 

McD.aniel-Saunders Co 

Mooresville Cotton Mill Co 

Farmers Cooperative Co 

Locke Cotton Mills 

4 — Part I — 1918 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



22.01 
14.56 
397.64 
2.37 
23.02 
317.13 
106.50 
7.10 
71.00 
23.67 



71.00 
15.62 



.95 
39.05 
9.47 
9.46 
27.22 

177.50 
42.68 

3.55 
67.99 
23.67 



1.51) 52 

15.31 
153.83 
11.83 
1,420.00 
7.10 
695.80 I 



3.72 

2.45 

67.21 

.40 

3.89 
53.60 
18.00 

1.20 
12.00 

4.00 



12.00 
2.64 



47.33 


8.00 


38.46 


6.50 


453 .33 


76.62 


11.83 


2.00 


3.55 


.60 


80.73 


13.64 


123.07 


20.80 


9.47 


1.60 


7.10 


1.20 


2.84 


.48 


14.20 


2.40 


11.83 


2.00 


2.13 


.36 


4.73 


.80 


12.33 


2.08 



30.00 
7.21 



4.00 
1.40 
76.00 



3.00 
25.44 



26.00 
2.00 

240.00 
1.20 

117.60 



5 00 
32.00 
5,00 
14.00 
60.00 
20.00 
5.00 
5.60 
5 18 
5.00 
20.60 
5.28 
5.00 
18.69 
5.00 
40.00 
5.00 
5 00 
41.68 
31 12 
6,00 
5,00 
5-00 
5,00 
5,00 
5.00 
5.00 
5 00 
5.00 
7.40 
5 00 
5.00 
11.25 
20,00 
40.00 



5.00 
74,00 
10,00 

3,00 

5,00 

5 00 
26 00 

3.00 
40,00 

5.00 
95,28 

5.00 



60 



Document N"o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPOHATIONS — continued. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



December, 1917. 

Real Estate Trading Co.._ _ _ 

Asheville Morris Plan Co 

MsTlle Deal; Co 

Clinton Cotton Warehovise Co.. 

Raleigh Cotton Mills 

Watkins Hardware Co 

Wake Warehouse Co 

Hanover Furniture and Music Co 

Suburban Improveir.ent Co 

New Bern Iron Works and Supply Co 

Charlotte Hardware Co 

Routherland & Pigford.. 

D O. Newberry Co ._ 

Hughes-Snow Furniture Co 

W. M. Johnson Sons Co 

Neuse Mfg. Co __ 

Transylvania Tanning Co 

Cleveland Drug Co... 

Progressive Realty Co 

Orinoco Supply Co 

Vance Grocery Co 

Hardimont Plantation Co 

Simmons Forced Draft Co.. 

Carolina Rice Mills.. 

New River Lumber Co.. 

Goldsboro Land and Improvement Co. ... 

Goldsboro Storage Warehouse 

M. L. Hurley & Co 

E. H. Clement Co 

Horn Land and Lumber Co 

Washington Horse Exchange 

* Farmville Iiistu-ance and Realty Co 

Hilton Lumber Co 

■ Parker F'urniture Co 

Rhyne-Rankin Co 

G.aston Mfg. Co... 

Brevard Improvement Co 

New Holland Farms. Inc 

Wall Furniture Co 

North State Beach Development Co 

R. G. Lassilcr & Co 

St Piiuls Cotton Mills... 

■ Cape Fear Cotton Mills 

Sparger Orchard Co 

Monroe Realty Co 

W. R. Bonsai Co 

Saxony Spinning Co 

Cathey Buggy Co 

Hardison & Hsrdigon, Inc 

Palmer Forced Draft Bvirner Co 

Southern Grocery Co 

Greensboro News Co 

Lizzie Cotton Mills 

Ethel Cotton Mill Co 



35.50 

80.16 

71.00 

4.73 

407.69 

35.50 

15.04 

4.14 

16.57 

118.33 

236.67 

4.73 

12.82 

47.33 

38 .82 

142.00 

23.67 

5.44 

3.39 

153.78 

17.28 

29.61 



16.09 
149.10 
15.38 
5.92 
7.22 
35.50 
51.42 
7.10 
508.98 
1.89 
9.47 
295.83 
?.55 
28 89 
14.02 

129.89 
472.51 
118.33 
19.79 
7.10 
142.00 
260.33 
17.04 
49.27 
4.73 
82.83 
29.63 
236.67 
142.00 



6.00 


S 5.00 


13.55 




12.00 




.SO 


5.00 


68.90 


62.80 


6.00 


5.00 


2.54 


5.00 


.70 


5.00 


2.80 


16.00 


20.00 


9.60 


40.00 


30.00 


.80 


5.00 


2.17 


5.00 



6.56 
24.00 
4.00 



25.99 
2.92 
5.00 



2.60 
1.00 
1.22 
6.00 
8.69 
1.20 

86.02 

.32 

1.60 

50.00 



2.37 

21.96 
79.86 
20,00 
3 34 
1.20 
24 CO 
44.00 
2.88 
8,33 
.80 
14,00 
5,01 
40.00 
24.00 



12.20 
28,80 
64,00 
5,00 
5.00 
24.48 
5.00 
5,00 
5,00 
7,28 
10,00 
18.00 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
8,00 
5,00 
.•!2,00 
5,00 
5.00 
80.00 
5.00 
101.48 
5.00 
10,00 
60,00 
80 00 
12,00 
7,20 
5:00 
80,00 
60,00 
' 5.00 
14.00 
5,00 
20,00 
11,96 
60.00 
20.59 



1919] 



Document !N'o. 5 



51 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONa— con/inucd. 



General PensionB Franchise Total 



December, 1917. 

Mixon Jewelry Co ....I t 

Henderson Furniture Co 

Gold Leaf Publishing Co.... | 

Red Springs Hardware and Furniture Co. 

John R. Thrower Co.. 

He^itage-Ha^^^-ood Co 

Banner Warehouse Co 

W. L. Price Mfg. Co 

Home Realty and Insurance Co 

Robinson Shoe Co.... 

Ellison Bros. Co 

Raleigh Iron Works 

Statesville Drug Co.. 

.\sheville Concrete Co 

Farris-Klutz Drug Co 

Hinshaw & Medearis Co — 

\Vaynos^^lle Book Co.. 

Sun Printing Co 

Fleta Lumber Co 

Kendrick Mercantile Co 

Globe Clothing Co , 

New South Development Co 

Lineback Hardware Co 

Clayton Cotton Mills Co 

Reidsville Hardware Co 

Carolina Country Club 

Lawing-Robbins Furniture Co 



Totals t 29,703.40 



January, 1918. 
Baker-Thompson Lumber Co.. 

Cross & Linehan 

Thompson Hospital, Inc 

Columbia Laundry 

Cedar Falls Mercantile Co 

Roger Moore's Sons 

Kaplan Bros. Co 

Builders Supply Mfg. Co 

Riverside Hosiery Mills 

Princess Theatre 

Wilts Veneer 

Greensboro Drug Co 

Carter Mercantile Co 

Payne Drug Co 

Pembroke Mercantile Co 

Sluder Furniture Co 

T. C. May Co 

Frank C. Brown Sons Co 

Onslow Lumber Co 

W A. ,\dam8 Co 

Tubcrcule Pulmonic Co 

Armington Hotel Co 

Albemarle Live Stock Co 



9.47 
9.47 
14.20 
9.47 
19.50 
20.33 
4.26 
6.52 
4.26 
28.40 
35.50 
25.56 
14.20 
4.73 
23.67 
38.04 
3.55 
3.20 
14.20 
14.20 
14.20 
30.06 
16.57 
458.40 
29.58 
8.28 
9.60 



35.36 
35.97 
15.38 
49.70 

2.37 
47.53 
23.67 

8.88 
.71 

7.10 
769.16 
11.83 
23.67 
18.46 

6.71 

8.76 
23.67 

9.47 

2.37 

59.17 

.71 

31.95 



2.40 
8.40 



4.00 
1.50 

.12 
1.20 
l-'iO.OO 
2.00 
4.00 
3.12 
1.13 
1.48 
4.00 
1.60 

.40 I 

10.00 ! 

.12 I 
S.40 
2.21 ' 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
9.12 

14.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 

63.96 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 



10.00 
7.60 
5.00 
7.20 
5.00 
8.00 
5 00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

84.50 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
8.00 

12.00 
5.00 

14.54 
5.00 



52 



Document Wo. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


January. 1918. 
Bcajifort Insurance and Realty Co. 


S 2.37 
71.00 
4.73 
1.42 
2.37 
.47 
7.83 
4.73 
4.73 
7.10 
22.13 
36.09 
23.67 
8.28 
17.75 
23.43 
38.52 
7.10 
16.33 
82.83 
S.92 
7.10 
107.19 
17.52 
820.50 


$ 0,40 

12.00 

.80 

.24 

.40 

.08 

1.3? 

.80 

.80 

1.20 

3.74 

6.10 

4.00 

1.40 

3.00 

3.96 

6.52 

1.20 

2.76 

14.00 

1.00 

1.20 

18.12 

2.96 

138.68 


$ 6.00 
8.40 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
9.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


$ 7 77 


J. M. Belk Co. 








HofTm.in Cotton Storage Co... 


6 66 


National Closet Co... 












Charlotte Theatre Co.... 




Dixon Mfg. Co.. 


10 53 


Person Remedy Co 




McLean Trust Co 


25.87 


Icard Mfg. Co 


6.10 
5.00 
5.00 

21.20 

18 00 
5 00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

40.00 

5.00 

240.00 

40.00 




Frazier Piano Co 




Catawba Co. Farmers Union Warehouse .. 
Wilmington Marine Railway... 


14.68 
41 93 


Wilmicgton Iron Works 


45.39 


Greensboro Morris Plan Co. 


50 04 


Charlotte Machine Co 


13.30 


F.irmers Hardware Co. .. 


24 09 


Borden Brick and Tile Co 


106.83 




11.92 


Alamance Lumber Co.... 


13 30 


VMlliams & Brown Land and Lumber Co.. 

Mutual Building and Improvement Co 

Thrift Mfg. Co..... 


165.31 

25.48 

1,199.18 


Sterling Cotton Mills Co 


40.00 




11.83 
11.83 
13.00 
7.10 
11.81 
7.10 
7.10 


2.00 
2,00 
2.20 
1.20 
2.00 
1.20 
1.20 


13.83 


Tom N. Clark 


5.00 
5.00 
8.96 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 

24.88 
154 .40 

11.72 
5.00 
5,00 
5.00 
120.00 
5.00 
5.00 

31.12 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

12.00 

18.00 
5.00 
5.52 
5.00 

80.00 


18.83 




20 20 


El Ore Mining Co 


17.26 


Warren Farmers Warehouse Co 


18.81 


Armficld-Laughlin Realty Co. 


13.30 




13.30 


Commercial Club . 


5.00 


Peoples House Furnishing Co. 


39.05 
14.20 

481.15 
42.51 
14.20 
5.21 
1.89 

282 .93 
4.73 
10.06 
75-73 
25.26 
7.10 
23.67 

130.27 

105.79 
51.30 
23.67 
10.64 

153.83 


6.60 
2 40 

81.32 

7.18 

2.40 

.88 

.32 

47.82 
.80 
1.70 

12.80 
4.27 
1.20 
4.00 

22.02 

17.88 
8.67 
4.00 
I 80 

26.00 


55.65 


Biltmore Wheat Hearts Co 


41.48 


Rhodiss Mfg. Co 


716.87 




61.41 


Hart Brothers Co. 


21.60 




11.09 




7.21 


E. A. Smith Mfg. Co.. 


450.75 




10.53 




16.76 


Guilford Lumber Mfg. Co., 1916 


119.65 




34.53 


Council Ginning Co.... v. 

Burtncr Furniture Co. 


13.30 
32.67 


Alamance Insurance and Real Estate Co... 


164.29 
141.67 


Aslieville Harness Co. 


64.97 




33.19 




17.44 


Farmers Guano Co 


259.83 



1919] 



Document N^o. 5 



53 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



Aula 
Berti( 



January, 1918. 
Caraleigh Phosphate and Fertilizer Co. ._. 

Beaumont Furniture Co 

High Point Glass and Decorating Co 

Morrisette Co 

Kenilworth Co 

Carolina Seed Co 

Mount Gilead Cotton Gin Co 

J. E. Porter Co 

nder Live Stock and Supply Co 

: Cotton Oil Co.._ 

ille Wholesale Grocery Co 

Pantego & Belhaven Realty Co... 

Hursey-Tracey Co... 

Concord Milling Co 

Grove Park Motor Car Co 

Grove Park Inn Co., Inc 

White-Williamson Co 

Guilford Ginning Co 

Gloucester Lumber Co 

Browns-Cannon Co 

Fred D. Williams Co... 

J. M. Swindell Co 

Tar Heel Mica Co 

The Harris Clay Co 

Blue Ridge Locust Pin Co 

American Pure Flake Graphite Co 

Banner Roller Mills Co.... 

Nussman-Kennerly Brick and Lumber Co. 

Rosman Realty Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Waxhaw Furniture Co 

Farmers Mercantile and Bankers Whse. Co. 

Blue Ridge Grocery Co 

Markham & Ferebee Co 

Vaughan-Hemphill & Co.... 

Cam-Bo Co 

Mecca Drug Co 

Hickory Overall Co 

Peabody Drug Co 

Cabarrus County Warehouse 

Black Lake Lumber Co 

Slony Point Mfg. Co 

P. D. Gold Publishing Co 

Harris Hardware Co 

Farmers Gin Co 

Jamack Cotton Mills Co 

Asheville Dray, Fuel and Con. Co 

Snced-Markham-Taylor Co 

Blue Ridge Development Co 

Wayne .Agricultural Co 

J. S. Hall Drug Co 

Globe Fish Co 

Carolina Distributing Co 

Hardware and Electric Co 



657.93 


t 111.20 


20.25 


3.43 


5.21 


.88 


18,93 


3.20 


11.83 


2.00 


1 42 


.24 


65.88 


11.13 


8.93 


1.51 


31.24 


5.28 


94.67 


16.00 


9.47 


1.60 


56.80 


9.60 


.47 


.08 


11.18 


1.89 


11.83 


2.00 


69.17 


10.00 


414.17 


70.00 


5.92 


1.00 


142.00 


24.00 


17.75 


3.00 


5.92 


1.00 


7.52 


1.27 


23.67 


4.00 



29.17 
33.13 

8.52 
15.38 

7.10 
11.83 
33.13 
14.44 
31.95 
11.83 

4.73 
15.70 
118.33 

2.25 
36.41 
94.67 
14.20 
101.17 



9.46 
13.96 
21.30 

3.56 
45.20 

7.10 
32 42 
33.13 

9.47 



1.44 
2.60 
1.20 



2.44 
5.40 



2.65 

20.00 

.38 

6.15 
16.00 

2.40 
17.10 



1.60 



7.64 
1.20 
5.48 
5.60 
1.60 



chise 


Total 


119.76 


t 888.89 


6.00 


29,68 


5.00 


11,09 


5.00 


?7,13 


40.00 


53,83 


5.00 


6.66 


10.72 


87.73 


5,00 


15 44 


6.00 


42.52 


15.80 


126.47 


5,00 


16.07 


6.40 


72.80 


5.00 


5,,'i5 


5 00 


18,07 


5.00 


18 83 


10.00 


79.17 


72.00 


556.17 


5.00 


11.92 


64.00 


230.00 


5.00 


25.75 


5.00 


11.92 


5.00 


13.79 


5.00 


32.67 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


.'!5.60 


35.60 


9.20 


43,30 


8.40 


47.13 


5.00 


14.96 


5.00 


22.98 


5.00 


13.30 


12.00 


25.83 


8.16 


46.89 


5.00 


21.88 


10.00 


47 ..35 


5.00 


18.83 


5.00 


10.53 


5.00 


23.35 


32.00 


170.33 


5.00 


7.63 


10.00 


62.56 


27.08 


137.75 


7.36 


23,96 


20.00 


138,27 


5.00 


5,00 


5.00 


16,06 


5.00 


21 32 


5.00 


29,90 


5.00 


9 15 


9.60 


62 44 


6.00 


13,30 


6.00 


42.90 


6.00 


43 73 


6.00 


1607 



54 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



January, 1918. 

Sniithf5e}d Hardware Co 

Rosman Tanning Extract Co 

Miles-Nicholson Lumber Co 

Julian Milling Co 

Boston Shoe Store, Inc 

Randleman Bargain House Co... 

L. VI. Davis & Co 

J. B. Leathers & Co 

W, R. Murray Co.... 

M. M. Carpenter Co 

Meb.ane Real Estate and Trust Co 

Carolina Bottling Co _ 

Neuse Lumber Co.... 

Wilkesboro Hardware and Furniture Co... 

Asheville Tines Co 

Eagles Home Co ._ 

Reidsville Ice and Coal Co 

Lane Land Co 

S. H. Adams Cooperage Co _ 

Myers Hardware and Sporting Goods Co.. 

Ayden Loan and Insurance Co 

Belle Vue Mfg. Co 

Wilmington Star Co _ 

Bland Hardware Co 

Hamlet Hotel Co 

Carolina Improvement Co 

Planters Tobacco Warehouse Co. 

Goldsboro Construction Co 

Di.\ie Fire Insurance Co.. 

Boner Mills Lumber Co 

Coleridge Mfg. Co 

Richmond Hardware Co... 

Oak Furniture Co 

Dunn Ice and Fuel Co... 

Smith Creek Mfg. Co 

Statesville House Furnishing Co 

McCabe-Dodd Co 

Clinton Grocery Co.. _ 

Lewiston Supply Co 

Oxford Buggy Co 

J. G. Ball Co 

Denton Lumber Co 

Stroud-Hubbard Co 

Southport Residence Park Co 

Hon e Building and Material Co 

Brame Drug Co 

Person Street Pharmacy Co 

Pythian Realty Co 

Realty Loan Co 

Jonesboro Building and Improvement Co. 

Boney & Harper Milling Co 

Consolidated Realty and Insiu-ance Cc- 

Williams & Shelton Co 

Transon Hat Co 



18.89 
210.63 

5.92 

8.28 
23.67 

9.05 
14.20 
10.95 
29.11 

1.89 
.36 
18.93 
90.35 
14.20 
23.67 
28.40 
17.40 
.48 
47.33 
13.96 

7.10 
272.17 
59.17 
18.93 
94.67 
26.77 

8.87 

7.93 
769.16 

18.34 
17.11 
44.26 
14 61 

1.42 

23.67 

.47 

5.92 
35.50 
97.03 

14.20 
7.34 
8.87 
63.90 
37.07 
4.73 
29.82 
28.18 
17.32 
61. 
9.67 
201.17 
28.40 



3.19 
35.60 
1.00 
1.40 
4.00 
1.53 
2.40 
1.85 
4.92 
.32 
.06 
3.20 
15.28 
2.40 
4.00 
4.80 
2.94 



2.36 
1.20 
46.00 
10.00 
3.20 
16.00 
4.52 
1.50 
1.34 
130.00 

3.10 



1.50 
10.80 
6.27 
.80 
5.04 
4.76 
2.93 



5.00 
35.60 I 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
9.60 
5.00 



5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
8.22 
5.41 
5.24 
5.00 

20.00 
5.00 
5.00 

63.12 

12.00 
5.00 

24.00 
7,20 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
7.68 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
23.56 
10.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.20 
5.00 
5.00 



5.00 
20.00 

5.00 
40.00 

5.54 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



&5 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



January, 1918. 

Union Trust Co 

Piedmont Foundry and Machine Co.. 

Corinth Co 

Lal(e Shore Realty Co 

A. E. Martin & Co.. 

Citizens Investn-ent Co... 

Hickory Ice and Coal Co 

Yarborough & Bellinger Co 

Cole Mfg. Co 

Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Co 

Statesv-ille I.uniter Co.. 

E. R. Bishop & Co.. 

Lilesville Warehouse Co 

Benny Roll and Panel Co , 

Duke Land and Improvement Co... 

Queen City Printing Co , 

Egypt Improven-ent Co... 

Patten Package Co 

Tranquil Park Sanatorium 

Seaboard Milling Co 

Roanoke .Avenue Development Co.. 

Roanoke Realty Co 

Roanoke Rapids Real Estate Co 

Newton Co 

Alliance Mfg. Co 

Dixon Motor Service Co 

Greensboro Motor Car Co 

Cortland & Co 

Union Furniture Co 

Clarendon Laundry Co 

Moncure Mill and Gin Co 

Puett-Southerland Co 

High Point Milling Co 

\Mnston Jobbing Co 

Sloan Clothing Co 

Durham Buggy Co.. 

Dublin Real Estate Co 

Cleveland Mill and Power Co 

Interstate Improvement Co 

Craven Supply Co 

Sheppard Drug Co _ 

Williams Milling Co.. 

Charles D. Roberts Co 



A. V. Dr 



•Co. 



Riverside Land Co 

Alleghany Heights 

Tryon Drug Co 

Marion Cfh Feed Co 

Tomlinson Chair Mfg. Co.. 

Latta-Martin Pump Co 

Elba Mfg. Co 

Peoples Motor Car Co 

Weldon Brick Mfg. Co 

Shaw Cotton Mills Co., In< 



11.83 
8.54 



9.47 



43.83 

15.08 

142 .00 

355 .00 

236.67 

58.13 

59.02 

.45 

7.06 

538.42 

23.67 

152.21 

35.60 

2.99 

30.25 

161 .94 

35.50 

34.08 

13.02 

3. .38 

7.93 

23.67 

2.60 

58.57 

15.38 

17.04 

14.20 

23.90 

4.31 

23.67 

94.67 

.56 

679.25 

43 24 

5.80 

10 65 

7.27 

11.83 

18.93 

4.26 

1.78 

11.83 

9.21 

189.39 

33.25 

362 .03 

21.30 

142.00 

193.37 



2.00 
1.44 



1.60 



7.41 
2.55 
24.00 
60.00 
40.00 
9.82 



1.20 
91.00 
4.00 
25.73 
6.00 
.51 
5.11 
27.37 
6.00 
5.76 
2.20 
.67 
1.34 
4.00 



24.00 
32.68 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.20 
5.00 
16.70 
5.04 
34.80 
36.80 
40.80 
10.00 
10.00 
6.00 
5.00 
182.00 
20.00 
12.00 
7.69 
5.00 
5.00 
40,00 
20.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



2.60 


6.00 


2.88 


5.00 


2.40 


5.00 


4.04 


5.40 


.73 


5 00 


4.00 


6.00 


16.00 


44 80 


.09 


5.00 


97.90 


40.00 


7.31 


5.00 


.98 


5.00 


1.80 


5.00 


1.23 


5 00 


2.00 


5.00 


3 20 


5.00 


.72 


5.00 


.30 


6.00 


2.00 


6 40 


1.56 


6.00 


32.01 





19.20 

134.24 

6.84 

31.13 

29.76 



56 



Document N^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


Januaiy, 1918. 


S 


S 

.80 
17.60 
4.00 
89.43 
6.00 
9.66 
13.60 
9.60 
.20 
3.00 
49.72 
.80 
4.74 
36.00 
20.00 
3.78 
2.00 
1.00 


$ 5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
5.00 
18.00 
10.00 
13.80 
20.00 
7.72 
6,00 
8.08 
40.00 
5.00 
6.00 
76.56 
20.00 
6.00 
5.01 
6.00 
5,00 
6,00 
16,44 
5,00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.76 
5.00 
71.68 
6.00 
20.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
24.00 
16.00 
8.00 
40.00 
10.00 
6.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
12.80 
10.00 
14.80 
640.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
9.00 


$ 6 00 




4.73 
104.13 
23.6/ 
529.12 
35.50 
67.15 
80.47 
56,80 
1.18 
17.75 
294.13 
4.7? 
28.02 
213.00 
118.33 
22.37 
11.83 
6.92 


10.63 




141.73 




32.67 




636.65 




61 60 


High Point Morris Plan Co .._ 


80.61 


Ijazenby-Montgoniery Hardware Co 


114.07 
74.12 




6.38 




28.83 


Oakdale Cotton Mills Co. 


383.85 




10.53 




38.76 




325.56 




158.33 




31.16 




18.84 




11.92 


.Mebane Iron Bed Co. 


6.00 




5.92 
106.76 
10.65 
2.37 
53.10 
15.38 


1.00 
18.05 
1.80 
.40 
8.97 
2.60 


11.92 




141.25 




17.45 




7.77 




67.07 


Page Trust Co 


22.98 




6.76 


Lincolnton Insurance and Realty Co 

Brown Mfg. Co . 


19.17 

366.83 

.57 


3.24 

62.00 

.10 


27.41 
500.51 




5.67 




20.00 




22.15 
2.37 
21.30 
116.79 
71.00 
47.33 
257.84 
18.93 
18.93 
23,67 
5.92 
12.71 
9.47 
10.65 
35.59 
46.74 
662,66 
5,92 
6,51 

1.36 
5.92 
27.78 


3.74 
.40 
3.60 
19.74 
12.00 
8.00 
43.58 
3.20 
3.20 
4.00 
1.00 
2.15 
1.60 
1.80 
6.01 
7.90 
112.00 
1.00 
1.10 
.08 
.23 
1.00 
4.69 


30.89 




7.77 


Winston-Salem Chero-Cola Bottling Co.... 


29.90 
160.53 




99.00 


Merchants and Farmers Bonded Warehouse 
Rocky Mount Insurance and Realty Co 


63.33 
341 .42 
32.13 


Uzzle-Davis Co. . 


27.13 




37.67 


McKethan Land Co 


11.92 




19.86 




16.07 




25.25 




61.60 




69.44 




1,314.66 


Yerkes Chemical Co - 


11.92 




12.61 


Independent Insurance and Investment Co. 
Maiden Milling and Mfg. Co. 


6.65 
6.59 


Yoder-Clark Clothing Co 


11.92 


Home Ice Co 


41.47 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



57 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS— continued. 



Januaiy, 1918. 

Torrence Drug Co ..., 

Rector Publishing Co --. 

High Point Veneer and Panel Co 

Harness Vehicle and Supply Co 

Elliott Furniture Co 

Hertford Co, Farmers Union Warehouse. 

Bacon Hosiery Mills Co 

Stephens-Howard Co .-- 

Morrison-Neese Furniture Co 

Herald Publishing Co 

Blue Ridge Locust Pin Co 

The Harris Clay Co 

Linden Mfg. Co 

Delburg Cotton Mills Co 

Imperial Furniture Co 

Highlands Hotel Co 

Freehold Realty Co 

Sterling Furniture Co 

Aspin Cotton Mills Co _.. 

N. Buckner Co., Inc 

Gallup & Co 

Lee Coal Mining Co 

Henckle-Craig Live Stock Co 

Opera House Co 

Blowing Rock Development Co.. 

Independent Scale Co 

Hanes Rubber Co 

Fidelity Insurance and Realty Co 

Roberson Development Co.. 

Tobin Contracting Co.. 

Smith-Wadsworth Hardware Co 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

GibBonville Store Co 

Ashe\'ille Apartment Co 

Forest Hill Co.... 

Snider & Fletcher 

Home Plumbing and Machine Co 

Piedmont Hardware Co 

W. W. Rankin Co 

Unagufita Mfg. Co 

R. G. Sloan Motor Co 

Guilfrrd County-Mercantile Co.. 

Klulz Furniture Co 

L. .M. Foushce Co 

Cherokee Lumber Co 

Springlcbs Shade Co 

Lexington .Mercantile Co 

Independence Drug Co 

Kenly Insurance and Realty Co... 

New Bern Plumbing and Hardware Co... 

Central Hardware Co 

Hope Mercantile Co 

Adams Grain and Provision Co 

Piedmont Cigar Stores Co 



11.83 

4.73 

47.33 

11.83 

16.57 

7.10 

35.50 

21.55 

9.47 

9.02 

15.62 

154 .39 

118,33 

71,00 

71.00 

182 ,35 

8.28 

29,58 

272,17 

5,09 

10,65 

.24 

170,93 

.47 

28.58 

28.40 

48.50 

1.66 

71.00 

165.67 

8.52 

4.73 

15.97 

40.52 

29.28 

2.37 

21.30 

58.90 

82.83 

25.99 

.47 

9.47 

11 83 

5.21 

4.73 

8.28 

6.63 I 

11.83 

2.13 

5.92 

84.96 

177.50 

6.21 



8 00 
2.00 
2.80 
1.20 
6.00 
3.64 
1.60 
1.52 
2.64 
26 10 
20 00 
12 00 
12 00 
30.82 
1.40 
5.00 
46.00 



28.88 

.08 

4.83 



28.00 
1.44 

• .80 
2.70 
6.85 
4.95 
.40 
3.60 
9.95 

14 00 
4.39 



1.40 
1.12 
2.00 
.36 
1.00 
14.36 
30.00 



5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
8 00 
5 00 
14.80 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



36 00 

20,00 

12.00 

58,00 
5.00 

10,00 

52,00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

40.00 
5.00 

14.80 

37.78 
5.00 
5.00 I 

12.00 i 
5,00 

40.00 I 
5.00 i 
5.00 
6.60 
5.00 ; 
10.00 
6.00 
5,00 
6,00 
10,00 
5,00 
5,00 
6,00 
5,00 
5,00 
SOO 
6,00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
11.64 
12.00 
6.00 



18.83 
10.53 
63,33 
18,83 
27,37 
13 30 
56. TO 
:;0 19 
16 07 
15,54 
18.26 
180,49 
174,33 
103.00 
95,00 
271.17 
14,68 
44,58 
370.17 
10 95 
17,45 
5,28 
239,81 
5,56 
48,21 
70.98 
61.70 
6.94 
95.00 
6 00 
233.67 
14.96 
10,53 
25,27 
52.37 
44 23 
7,77 
29,90 
73,85 
106.83 
35.38 
5.55 
16.07 
18.83 
11 09 
10.53 
14.68 
12.75 
18,83 
7,49 
11.92 
110,96 
219.50 
11,09 



58 



Document 'No. 5 



[ Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



January, 1918. 
Patterson Co _ _. 

Colonial Apartment House Co 

Franklinville Lumber Co.. 

Marion Lumber Co 

Miller McLain Supply Co — 

Culler-Blades Hardware Co 

Femury Company 

Southside Development Co 

J. B. Faircloth & Co 

Hertford Hardware and Supply Co 

City Hospital Co.._. 

Totals- - 

February, 1918. 

Bijou Anitisen^ent Co 

Hiddenite Granite Co 

Realty Exchange Co 

East Carolina Lumber Co 

Garysburg Mfg. Co... 

Grossman-Mahler Arch, and Constr. Co... 

Howard-Wills Amusement Co 

Julian Investment Co 

Graham Ice Co.... 

Minella Mills Co., Inc 

Highwood Co _ 

Eudora Land Co _ 

Dixie Land and Development Co 

North State Beach Development Co 

Chadbourn Lumber Co 

Osage Mfg. Co 

A. E. Martin & Co... 

Citizens Savings and Loan Co..* 

Dan River Lumber Co 

Snider Co 

Ocean City Corporation 

Colonial Trust Co.. 

National Cotton Mills Co 

Burlington News Co 

E. L. Matthews Candy Co 

Clarkton Furniture and Buggy Co 

W. M. Lang Co 

T. O. Sharp Marble and Granite Works.. 

Pittman-McCoU Co... 

Spencer Clothing and Shoe Co 

Lee Furniture Co 

Dixie Music Co... 

High Point Mfg. Co '. 

Barnes Bros. Drug Co 

Southport Investment and Promoting Co. 

Bridgeton Lumber Co 

Statesville Mint-Cola Bottling Co.. 

Stalesville Plaster and Cement Co 

Farmers Warehouse Co 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



47.34 

2.37 
14.67 

8.05 

104.01 

.71 

20.05 

4.73 
24.85 

4.73 



7.10 

4.73 

8.16 

236.67 

379.70 

1.18 

23.67 

17.75 

.71 

8.52 

23.67 

7.10 

6.37 

63.90 

95.32 

248.50 

11.84 

4.73 
28.40 
27.49 
27.08 
635.45 
3.79 
7.75 

55.94 

13.49 
3.72 
9.47 

13.49 
3.55 

10.71 

23.67 
8.41 

43.14 
9.85 
4.73 

18.93 



1.36 
17.58 



1.38 
40.00 
64.17 
.20 
4.00 
3.00 
.12 
1.44 
4.00 
1.20 
.91 
10.80 
16.11 
42.00 
2.00 



4.65 

4.58 

107.40 



9.32 
2.28 



1.81 
4.00 
1.42 
7.29 
1.66 



7.20 
13.32 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



5.00 
200.00 

5,00 
40.00 

5.00 
10.00 

5.00 
14.00 

9.60 
20.40 



24.40 
5.00 
6.96 
5.00 
5.40 

44.00 
6.00 

10.00 
6.00 
S.OO 
5 00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 

20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.40 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 



1919] 



Document N"o. 5 



59 



STAtEMENT D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS— continued. 



General Pensions Franchisi 



February, 1918. 

Dobson-Sills Shoe Co 

Johnston-MeCubbins Investment Co... 

Buckhorn I.ithia Water Co 

Aberdeen Power and Mill Co 

Parkinaon-Green Co..... 

Austin-Slepbenson Co 

Pitt Lumber Co... 

Pitt Lumber and Mfg. Co 

Carolina Feed and Lumber Co. 

Pilot Insurance and Realty Co 

J. S. Moore & Co 

N. Main St. Realty Co 

SilvertoD-Morrisette Co 

Universal Oil and Fertilizer Co 

Bostian Slice Co 

Blair-Hcskins Co 

Standard Cement and Construction Co 

Fidelity Trust and Development Co 

Jackson & Bell Co 

Woodside Lumber Co 

Hugh McRae & Co., Inc 

Lyerly Milling Co 

Cherryville Roller Mills Co 

Womack Store Co... 

Lubin Furniture Co • 

Allen-Lyon Co 

Galloway Dairy Co 

Durham Publishing Co 

Salisbury Realty and Insurance Co 

Carolina Real Estate Trust Co 

Thomasville Hardware Co 

Goose Grease Co 

Oak Ridge Supply Co.. 

Capitola Mfg. Co 

Little River Lumber Co 

Wilmington Coca-Cola Bottling Works 

Southern Pines Real Estate and Ins. Agency 

Wilmington Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Nash Mercantile Co 

Winter Park Gardens Co 

Clark-Lynch Lumber Co 

Electric Bottlini? Co 

Carolina Marble and Granite Co 

Shipman Organ Co 

Jackson County Journal Co 

W. E. Thorpe & Co 

Todd Insurance Agency 

Elkin Ice and Light Co 

Lumberton Motor Car Co 

Stokes Supply Co 

Diamond Furniture Co 

Dorsptt Land Co 

Louisburg Motor Co 

Columbus Trading Co 



20.8.1 
82 83 
47.33 

4.73 
37.87 
118.33 
28.44 

3.55 

6.02 
S3. 11 

9.47 

1.42 

9.94 
13.61 
10.65 

7.69 
14.20 
82.83 
20.59 

5.92 

6.84 
18.22 

8.28 

4.73 
27.34 
28.40 

3.55 
20.12 
39.05 

2.37 
11.83 
47.33 

5.92 
104.64 
11.83 
14.20 

4.73 
10.18 

5.92 

9.40 
39 M 

2.66 
11.82 
16.67 

3.55 
39.11 

25.26 
14.20 
42.60 
35.50 
16.92 
12.02 
22.41 



3.52 
14.00 



6.40 
20.00 
4.81 



1.68 
2.30 
1. 

1.30 
2.40 
14.00 
3.48 
1. 00 
1.16 
3.08 
1.40 



2.00 
8.00 
l.OO 
17.69 
2.00 
2.40 
.80 
1.72 
1.10 
1.59 
6.74 



4.27 
2.40 
7.20 



2.03 
3.79 



6.00 

36 00 

78.00 
5.00 
6.40 

10.00 
6.80 
6.00 
6.00 
6.40 
6.00 
5.00 
6.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 

40,00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
9.00 
6.00 
6.00 
7.38 

11.34 
5,00 
6.00 

41.07 
5,00 

26.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
6.00 
5.00 

12.92 
5.00 
5.00 
5,00 
8 00 
6.00 
5,00 
9.84 
5 00 
5.00 



60 



Document 'Ro. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



February, 1918. 

Weldon Ice Co..... 

Weldon Realty Co 

Farmers Mutual Tobacco Warehouse 

Torrenee-Morris Co 

Royal & Borden Furniture Co.. 

Mount Airy Mantle and Table Co 

Marr-Cobiu-n 

Corbett Motor Truck Co.. 

Corbett Buggy Co 

Raleigh Furniture Co „. 

E. H. Lutz & Co... 

Williamson & Nance Co 

Makepeace Sash and Door Co 

Independent Ice Co.. _ 

Thomas F. Wood Co., Inc 

Alma Lumber Co 

Shell Chair Co 

Kibler Drug Co... 

Broaddxia & Ives Lumber Co 

Henly Furniture Co 

Boykin Realty Co... 

Utility Mfg. Co.... 

Sterling Cotton Mills Co 

E. R. MixonCo 

J. G. Ball Co 

Dispatch Publishing Co _ 

Wake Mercantile Co 

Clarkton Furniture and Buggy Co 

Wysong & Miles Co 

Yadkin Hotel Co.. 

Carolina Hotel Co.. 

Stoneville Grocery Co 

Switzerland Co 

Burton-Chance- Walker Co 

Phillips & Co 

Raleigh Insurance and Realty Co 

The Calypso Supply Co 

Spray Wood and Coal Co 

Lans Lumber Co 

Farmers Tobacco Warehouse 

Merchants Warehouse 

Richardson-James Co _. 

Mitchell Bros. Co.. 

Florence Lumber Co....... 

Seaboard Feed and Produce Co 

Imperial Clothing Co *... 

Rural Supply Co 

Columbia Casket Co.... 

Novelty Wood Works Co 

Walk Over Boot Shop Co 

Columbia Supply Co... 

Rocky River Land, Lumber and Mining Co. 

Lindsay & McMeachern Lumber Co 

Carter-Evans Lumber Co 



General Pensions Franchise 



35.50 

9.98 

15.38 

18.93 

60.54 

201.17 

17.75 

94.67 

104.13 

42.66 

4.26 

4.73 

23.08 

281 .87 

35.50 

130.17 

17.75 

9.47 

184.14 

7.10 

69.52 

153 .83 

1,171.03 

67.31 

37.03 

11.83 

11.83 

8.52 

248.27 

1.66 

94.17 

11.83 

20.83 

23.67 

9.47 
10.39 
10.53 

7.34 
2.37 
2.37 
5.92 
10.22 
56.80 
3.55 
1.78 
1.18 
16.57 
14.20 
15.86 
9.11 
11.83 
55.62 



1. 

2. 
3.20 

10.23 

34 00 
3.00 

16.00 

17.60 

7.21 

.72 

.80 

3.90 

47.64 
6.00 

22.00 
3.00 
1.60 

31.12 
1.20 

11.75 

26.00 
197.92 

11.37 
6.26 
2.00 
2.00 
1.44 

41.96 
.28 

16.00 
2.00 
3.52 
4.00 



1.76 
1.78 



1.00 
1.73 



1.54 
2.00 
9.40 



6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
50.00 
5,00 
25.06 
39.96 
5.00 



14.00 
25 79 
5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
18.00 



5,00 
28.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.05 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.40 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
12.00 



1919] 



Document N"o. 5 



61 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



February, 1918. 

Law Building Co.... 

Star Warehouse Co 

Kinston Publishing Co 

Guilford Lumber Mfg. Co 

Southside Drug Co 

Fuel, Ice and Storage Co 

Cape Fear Machine Works Co 

Wishart Co.. 

Rowe & Roach Co.. 

Salisbury Morris Plan Co 

Robert Fulghum Co 

Automobile Supply Co _ _. 

Waller, G. A. & Co.. _. 

Wilmington Grocery Co 

Nahunta Hardware Co 

Wayne Distributing Co.. 

Clinton Milling Co 

White & Gough, Inc 

Barber-Paschal Lumber Co 

Shaw-McLeod Co 

Henry Bryan Co _ 

White Land Insurance and Realty Co.. 

Builders Sash and Door Co 

McGee Drug Co _ 

Electric Chemical Co 

Hargrove Chemical Co 

Kannapolis Lumber Co 

Peoples Supply Co 

Standard Real Estate and Trust Co... 

Parkton Pharmacy Co 

Jones-Stone Printing Co 



nlioo Con 



.Co.. 



Home Real Estate Co 

Vineland Dry Goods Co 

Tabor Drug Co 

Tar River Oil Co... 

Farmers Supply Store Co _ 

Craig- Little Realty and Insurance Co... 

Mint-Cola Bottling Co 

Liberty-Hill Store 

McCorkle Furniture Co 

Zebulon Hosiery Mills 

Twin City Grocery Co 

Ludwick Milling Co ..._ 

Traders Land Co .._ 

Charlotte Loan and Realty Co 

n. R. Beatty Co 

United Realty Co 

Thompson Drug Co 

Piedmont Drug Co _ 

Gold Bond Chemical Co 

Capital Amuscnent Co 

Mo-Ilo Brick Co 

High Point Hardware and Lumber Co.. 



13.67 
8.28 
4.73 
118.33 
5.92 
3.55 
28.64 
11.83 
17.75 
82.83 
14.20 
4.73 
8.28 
17.34 
19.58 
16.80 
5.92 
131.36 
25.26 




66.40 
7.10 

28.40 
6.92 

10.65 
1.18 
9.75 

15.38 
7.10 

10.65 

13.67 
4.73 

19,85 



103 .21 
11.83' 
.95 
1.30 
13.52 
8.28 
42.60 
38.34 
20.83 
40.79 
19.15 
42 55 
22.01 
15.38 
8.28 
I.IC 
2.37 
10 (3 
35.50 



i 


2.31 


$ 5.00 




1.40 


5.00 




.80 


5.00 




20.00 


31.12 




1.00 


5.00 




.60 


5.00 




4.84 


10.00 




2.00 


5.00 




3.00 


5.00 




14.00 1 


20.00 




2.40 ! 


5.00 




.80 


5.00 




1.40 


5.00 




2.93 


6.00 




3.31 


5.00 




2.84 


5.00 




1.00 


5.00 




22.20 


12.04 




4.27 


5.00 
5.00 




11.22 


5.00 




1.20 


5.00 




4.80 


5.00 




1.00 


5.00 




1.80 


5.00 




.20 


6.00 




1.65 


5.00 




2.60 


6.00 




1.20 


5.00 




1,80 


5.00 




2.31 


5.00 




.80 


5.00 




3.35 


5.00 




1.40 


5.00 




1.13 


5.00 




17.44 


o.OO 




2.00 


5.00 




.16 


5.00 




.22 


5,00 




2.28 


5.00 




1.40 


5.00 




7.20 


10.72 




6.48 


5.00 




3.52 


6.00 




6.89 


8,20 




3.24 


7.40 




7.19 


•(.04 




3.72 


5.00 




2. CO 


7.00 




1.40 


5,00 




.20 


5,00 




.40 


S.Ofl 




1.82 


5.00 




6.00 


20.00 



Document No. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


February, 1918. 

Molor Sales Co. 


{ 3.25 
131.78 


t 0.55 
22.27 


t 5.00 
39.62 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
16.00 
5.00 
6.00 


i 8.80 
193.57 


Wavne Hardware Co 


Randolph Power Co 


Deep River Chair Co 


9.11 

3.55 

71.21 

21.30 

8.80 

94.67 

47.33 

16 57 

22.69 

.71 

20 12 

10.58 

7.10 

9.47 

25.17 

2.37 

2.98 

11.83 

9.47 

60.83 

1.66 

1.18 

13.02 

5.50 

42.60 

16.57 

12.66 

1.89 

22.67 

2.44 

39 69 

105.01 

16.09 

4.26 

2.37 

24.85 

35.50 

.71 

.83 

23.07 

9.47 

11.36 

8.40 

2.96 


1.54 

.60 

12.12 

3.60 

1.49 

16.00 

8.00 

2.80 

3.84 

.12 

3.40 

1.79 

1.20 

1 60 

4.25 

.40 

.51 

2.00 

1.60 

10.28 

.28 

.20 

2.20 

.93 

7.20 

2.80 

2.14 

.32 

4.00 

.41 

6.71 

17 75 

2.72 

.72 

.40 

4.20 

6.00 

.12 

.14 

4.00 

l.BO 

1.92 

1.42 

.50 








Clarke Lumber Co 






29 90 


Bailev Lumber Co 


Citizens Savings and Loan Co 






9.20 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.10 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 

26.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

11.60 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5,00 
6.00 

11.28 

47 40 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
S.OO 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 




New Bern Produce Co 




H. S. StorrCo.... 




Woodland Mfg. Co.. . 




Siler Meadow Milling and Lumber Co 


28.62 


Nash Street Drug Co 












Stantonsburg Land and Improvement Co. 
Piedmont Lumber Co... 


7.77 






AIlen-Mcss Hardware Co 








Brevard Merficine Mfg. Co. 




J. B. King Co 




B. L. Hine Co.. . 




Uzzle Undertaking Co. . . 








Wa.vnesville Furnitiu-e Co 








Wexler Land Co 




John Slaughter & Co. . 






7 85 








170 16 








9 98 




7 77 


R. D. Clark Granite Co. 






49 .50 


Union Undertaker Co.... 




Farmers and Merchants Cotton Warehoase 


5.97 




16 07 




18 28 


Ridgcwav Trading Co. 


14 82 




8 46 




5.00 




21.30 
19.88 
13.73 
17.82 
30.66 
23.67 


3.60 
3.26 
2.32 
3.00 
6.18 
4.00 


24 90 




6.22 
5.00 
5,92 
14.00 
8.08 


29 66 


VonCannon Mill Works. . 


21 05 


M. P. Gallop Co. 


26 74 


State Co 


49 84 


Wilkes Industrial Co... 


35.75 



1919] 



Document N^o. 5 



63 



Statement D — Continued. 



COHPOBA.TION8— continued. 



General PensionB Franchise Total 



Februaiy, 19t3. 

Uinston Lind and Improvement Co ' $ 

Gibson Drug Store Co 

Hurdle Loan and Insurance Co 

Hamlet lee Co 

Carolina Ice Co 

Raleigh Granite Co 

Patterson Brothers Co — 

Surry, Wilkes and Yadkin Supply Co 

N. Wilkesboro Drug Co ..J 

Investment Corporation 

Carolina Spruce Co 

Battleboro Oil Co i 

Cranberry Iron and Coal Co 

Ham-UwisC" - 

Deal Tanning Co |... 

Piedmont Realty and Auction Co 

Commercial Club - 

James Shields Farming Co 

Harmon Engineering 

High Point Furniture Show Rooms. 

Spray-Reidsville Motor Co 

Jlaxton Gin Co 

Sterling Mills Co 

Chesqua Co 

Pine Level Hardware Co -. 

Yadkinville Buggy Co _. 

Terminal Hotel Co 

Blue Ridge Land Co _ 

Town6\'ille Tobacco Warehouse 

Arey Hardware Co 

Hudson Grocery Co 

Toioway Tanning Co 

Wolf Rock Granite Co 

Stone Mountain Granite and Lumber Co.. 

Lexington Publishing Co 

Maiden Cotton Mills 

Farmers Ginning and Supply Co 

Carolina Motor Equipment Co 

Forest Furniture Co 

Dunn Clotliiiig Co 

Colfax Milling Co 

Farmers Gin Co 

Lenoir Oil and Ice Co 

Greensboro County Club. , 

Goldsboro Investment Co 

Hinnant-Rierson Co 

Todd Insurance Agency 

Elliott Knitting Mills Co 

Caswell C.> 

Clements- .McDonald Hotel Co 

Spencer Hardware Co , 



2.37 
21.88 

2.37 
177.50 
47.33 
56.69 



6.51 
7.57 
2.65 
71.00 
71.00 
,183.33 
13.49 



14.20 
1.18 



9.47 
17.51 
1.54 
7.10 
6.92 
23.67 
4.35 
9.94 
11.83 



55.38 
2.83 



N. C. Steel and Ir 



iCo.. 



Union Slock Yard and Abatto 
Planters Supply Co 



142.00 
2.37 
5.60 

69.40 
9.47 
4.73 
9.17 
142.00 

13.02 
.47 1 

23.67 
1.42 

23.67 

15.86 
2.37 
4.26 
4.73 

10.95 

14,20 



40 
3.69 



1.10 
1.28 
.45 
12.00 
12.00 
200.00 
2.28 



2.55 
2.40 



1.60 
2.96 
.26 
1.20 
1.00 
4.00 



2.00 
1.00 



10.04 
1.60 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
40.00 
10.00 
20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
28.24 
10.00 



5.00 
5.00 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
12.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
40.00 
48.00 
10.00 
5.00 
52.68 
5.00 
5.00 
15.92 
5.00 



!4.00 


28.00 


2.20 


5 00 


.08 


5 00 


4.00 


3 00 


.24 




4.00 


5 60 


2.68 


5,110 


.40 


5,00 


.72 


5,00 


.80 


5,00 


1.85 


5.00 


2.40 


5 40 



7.77 
30.57 
7.77 
247.50 
65.33 
86.27 
5.00 
12.61 
13.85 

8.10 

111 24 

93.00 

1,383,33 

15.77 

5.00 

5.00 
17.59 

8.00 
21.60 

6.38 

5.00 
16.07 
25.47 

6.80 
13.30 
11.92 
39.67 
10.09 
16.62 
18.83 
11.92 
40.00 
112.74 
13.31 

5.00 
218.68 

7.77 
11,55 
85,36 
16 07 

5,53 
10,72 
104 00 
20 22 

5 55 

32 67 
I 66 

33 27 
23,54 



10. 53 
17,80 
22.00 



64 



Document 'No. 5 



Statement D- — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS— co7innucd. 








General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


February, 1918. 


t 33.63 
7.22 
40.47 
71.00 


t 5.68 
1.22 
6.84 
12.00 


$ 6.40 
5.00 
5.00 
12.00 
7,20 
5.00 
59.12 
24.60 
6.00 
8.00 
10.40 
11.20 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
42.80 
62.00 
5.00 




Brown-Grier Iron Works. 












rieischmann Co 


7,20 




5.92 
383.62 
145.65 
1.66 
15.98 
62.17 
33.13 
4.73 
7.10 
2.84 
4.74 
28.87 
9.47 
44.07 
8.96 
16.67 
14.20 
20 33 


1.00 
64.82 
24.60 

.28 
2.70 
10.51 
5.60 

.80 
1.20 

.48 

.80 
4.88 
1.60 
7.45 
1.52 
2.80 
2.40 
3.44 








Hammond Co 








Dundee Farm Co 


26 68 












10 53 


Yadkin Valley Mill and Lumber Co... 


13.30 
8.32 












16 07 


Graf-Davis-Collett Co 


61.52 




16.48 










Holland Realty and Investment Co 


28.77 
42 80 








62.00 








5 00 




62.50 
3.55 

16.93 
7.10 


10.56 

.60 

2.69 

1.20 


73.06 






4.15 




5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


23.62 




13.30 




5.00 


Coca-Cola Bottling Co 


4.73 
2.37 
14.20 
7.10 


.80 

.40 

2.40 

1.20 


5.53 




5.00 
5.46 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
31.40 
5.00 
5.00 
22.40 
60.10 


7.77 




22.06 




13,30 




5.00 




18.22 
7.10 
.47 
5.92 
212.41 
2.37 


3.08 
1.20 

.08 
1.00 
35.90 

.40 


26.30 


Shell-Mitchell Grocery Co 


13.30 




5.55 




11.92 


Tomlinson & Co. 


279.71 




7.77 




5.00 






22.40 






60.10 




12.38 


2.09 


14.47 


Cape Fear Gravel Co. ... 


5.00 
5,00 
7.56 
60.60 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
6,00 


5,00 




7.45 
10.53 


1.26 
1.75 


13,71 


Hickory Land and Development Co 


19,84 
60.60 


Cook-MitcheirCo. 


10.65 


1.80 


17.46 




8.00 




2.37 
3.79 


.40 
.64 


7.77 


Gibsonville Milling Co 


9,43 



1919] 



Document Xo. 5 



65 



Statement D- — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



Geoeral i Pensions 



February, 1918. 

National Wood Distilling Co.. 

Petrie Printing Co 

Union Furniture Co _ 

Horner Brothers Co _. 

Mill Power Supply Co .._. 

Wagoner Lumber Co 

Wm. M. Floyd Co 

Champion Drill Co 

Kinston Storage and Warehouse Co... 

Willianis-Belk Co 

American Fertilizing Co 

Globe Lumber Co 

Newman Machine Co 

Catawba Cooperative Creamery Co.. 

Star Building Co 

Farmers Cooperative Fertilizer Co 

Double Duty Savings S.vstem.. 

Graham Drug Co 

Graham Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

Southern Card Clothing and Reed Co 

Farmville Brick and Ice Co 

Marine Lumber Co.. 

Arrington Investment Co.. 

New River Outing Investment Co 

Star Publishing Co 

C. C. Smoot & .Sons Co 

Union Building Co 

Greensboro Securities Co 

McRae Grocery Co 

Charlotte Supply Co 

North Carolina Trust Co 

Manhattan Co 

American Cotton .Mfg. Association 

Georgia Chemical Works 

Asheville Steam Bakery 

Palmetto Island 

Prince Hardware Co.. 

Tate-Brown Co 

Rhodes Mfg. Co ]. 

Chowan Cooperage Co 

Cable Piano Co 

Southern Ferro Concrete Co 

Lummus Cotton Gin Co 

Farmville Brick and Ice Co 

Burke Lumber Co 

The Leiand Co., South 

Cape Fear Lumber Co... 

Martin County Realty Co ._ 

E. Carolina Home and Farm Co 

Anchftr Stores Co 

Franklinlon Storage Co 

.McGhee-Joyncr Co 

Martin Fertilizer Co 

Huntley-Slockton-Hill Co 



17.39 
41,77 



1.42 
4.73 
9.11 



2.84 

S.76 

7.10 

.65 



1.18 
24.53 
4.14 I 
9.47 



67.28 
46.87 
59.17 \ 
145.21 
23.82 
.24 



10.47 
83.78 
3.90 
47.57 
284.00 



4.73 
4.26 



0.40 
1.20 I 



2.94 
7.06 



.48 
1.48 
1.20 



11.38 
7.92 
10.00 

24.54 
5.04 
.04 I 



1.77 
14.16 



8.04 I 
48.00 



44.00 
5.00 
6.60 
6.40 

10.00 

11.20 
5 00 
5.00 I 
5.20 I 

32.48 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8. 40 
6.08 
5.00 I 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.40 

24.00 
5.00 

10.00 

36.00 
5.00 
5.00 

22.40 
5.00 

10.20 
5.00 
8.00 

75.60 

27.60 
5.00 
5.00 

21 60 

6.42 
46.00 

5.00 

5.00 I 
70.00 I 
2.36.00 

5.00 

6.00 

5.00 
14.68 



5 — Part I — 1918 



66 



Document 'No. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


February, 1918. 


$. 


% _. 


S 40.00 
280.00 
5,00 
7,20 
5,00 
5.00 
5.00 
5,00 
5,00 
5,00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

29.20 
8.40 
5.00 


$ 40.00 








280.00 


Gordon Insurance and Investment Co 

Monroe Ice and Fuel Co. 


16.57 
31.95 


2!80 
5.40 


24.37 
44.55 


Miller Rubber Co., New York 


5.00 




11.83 
8.28 

19.50 
2.37 


2.00 

1.40 

2.30 

.40 


18,83 




14,68 




27.80 




7.77 


Southern Moline Plow Co 


6,00 








5,00 




7.34 
21.95 
71.00 
20.59 
4,73 
4.73 
2.37 


1.24 

3.71 

12.00 

3.48 

.80 

.80 

.40 


13,58 




30 66 


Hughes-Martin & Co. 


93 ,00 




29,07 




10,5} 




11,53 


Toe River Mineral and Tim. Products Co.. 
Jita-Cola Co... 


7,77 
5,00 




5.92 

292.28 

2.37 


1.00 

49.40 

.40 


11,92 




370.88 




11.17 




5.00 






1.18 
11.83 


.20 
2.00 


1.38 




5,00 
54.66 
40.00 
10.00 
5.00 
245.30 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
171.60 
111.26 
8.00 
6.00 
5.00 
6,00 
30.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5,00 
5.00 
19.74 
89.40 
5.00 
12,00 
6.30 
5.00 


18.<i3 


Virginia-Carolina Farms Co. 


64.66 




145.80 


24.64 


210.44 




10,00 








5,00 








245,30 








5,00 




21.37 
82.83 


3.61 
14.00 


29.98 


E. J. Martin & Son 


102.83 


Mountain Home Co. 


5.00 




414.17 


70.00 


655,77 




111,2C 




13.93 
35.50 


3.20 
6.00 


30.13 




47.50 




5.00 




17.99 

239.27 

37.16 

18.93 

.71 

7.81 

.47 

4.26 

4.73 

41.95 


3.04 
40.44 

6.28 

3.20 
.12 

1.32 
,08 
.72 
.80 

7,09 


26.03 


Southern Real Estate, Loan and Trust Co. 

Chapel Hill Insurance and Realty Co 

A F. Hartsell Co. 


309,71 
48,44 
27.13 


Southern Farm and Real Est. Exchange .. 


5.83 
14.13 




6.56 




9.98 




10.53 


Lillington Oil Mill Co. 


68.78 




89.40 




23.31 
67.20 


3,94 
11.36 


32.25 




90.56 




6.30 


American Feature Film Corporation. 


.24 


.04 


5 28 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



67 



Statememt D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — Continued. 




February, 19)8. 

Melville Drug Co... J 

Citizens Insurance Agency 

Andrews Mfg. Co 

Frog Level Ginning Co .) 

Smith Drug Co.... .' 

Southern Life and Trust Co 

Raleigh Real Estate and Trust Co i 

H. L. Parks & Co .] 

A. J. McKinnnn Corporation 

J. K. Morrison Grocery and Prov. Co., 1913' 
J. K. Morrison Grocery and Prov. Co., 1916 

Miller-McLain Supply Co., 1916 j 

Polk-Gray Drug Co.. 

Kersbrook Development Co '.., 

Loray Mills Co '. ... 

Model Mills... 

Selma Drug Co 

Hillsboro Commercial Club I 

Superba Theater Co j 

Johnston County Farmers Union Co ... 

McEwen Lumber Co p 

J. F. Ward Co.. 

Brown Bros. Lumber Co I 

Citizens Company j 

Carolina Motor Co | 

Textile Mill Supply Co 

The Gulf Paring Co 

Lexington House Furnishing Co 

Southern Cotton Oil Trading Co 

Tucker & Carter Rope Co 

James Stewart & Co 

Blue Ridge Outing Club.... 

General Paper Co 

Buckhorn Land and Timber Co 

Enterprise Lumber Co. 

Talc Products Co 

Barfield-Baker Co 

Williamston Land and Improvement Co, 

Walnut Cove Warehouse Co 

Ideal Table Co 

Central Building Co 

Marietta ,Supply Co 

White-Wood Co 

Kersbrook Development Co 

Scofield Engineering Co 

I^xington Auto Sales Co 

Wilbon Furniture Co 

Holloway, Murphy & Co 

Duplin Grocery Co 

Gillis-Ray Co 

South Hill Mfg. Co., Inc 

Carolina Development Co 

Bromine Arsenic Spring Co 

Dunn Oil Mills Co 



5.92 

2. 84 

112.73 

2.38 

11.83 

589.62 

85.17 

.47 

6.39 

96.63 

94.67 



11.83 J 

.18 
16.53 



23.67 
236.67 
29.58 
17. .35 
130.17 

5.92 



2.84 
2.37 . 
69.84 
295.83 

10.65 
22.58 

7.10 
13.02 
82.83 

4.73 
13.02 
27 .38 



5.40 
15.38 
22.15 



2.00 
99.65 
14.39 I 



14.00 
4.00 

40,00 
5.00 
2.93 

22.00 

1. 00 



1.20 
2.20 
14.00 
.80 
2.20 
4.63 



5.00 I 
5.00 
40.00 
5.00 
5.00 



16.00 
5.00 
5.00 




5.00 
19.96 
5.00 
120 .00 
8.00 
5.00 
20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
6.40 

16.32 
200.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

12.48 
5.00 
8.00 I 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
40 00 
12.00 
12.52 



68 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


February, 1918. 
N. P. Sloan Co 


$ 


$ 


$ 5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 


S 5.00 




9.11 

22.48 
14.20 
142.49 
141 .64 
9.96 
142.00 


1.54 
3.80 
2.40 
24.08 
23.94 
1.68 
24,00 


20 65 




36 28 




21,60 


Wolf Mountain Lumbpr Co 


176.57 


Wolf Jlountain Lumber Co., 1916 


175.58 




11 64 


Inverness Mills... 


65.84 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


231,84 


W. Z. Williams Co 


5,00 








5,00 




1.89 

.4? 

5.68 


.32 
.08 
.96 


7.21 




5.55 




•11.64 






Totals 


S 18,647.84 


t 3,151.72 


S 7,091,79 


t 28.891.35 






March, 1918. 
Norwood-Welch Co 


$ 201.17 
82.83 
1.26 


$ 34.00 

14.00 

.21 


S 24.00 


S 259.17 




96.83 




5.00 
40.00 
120 .00 
41.84 

S.40 
32.00 

5.00 
40.00 


6.47 


Clinchfield Products Co. 


40.00 








120.00 








41.84 




41.13 

312.40 

4.73 


6.95 

52.80 

.80 


66.48 


Columbia Mfg. Co.. 


397.20 




10.53 




40.00 




1.18 
1.89 
11.83 


.20 

.32 

2.00 


1.38 


Catawba Toll Bridge Co. 


5.00 

5,00 

118.40 


7.21 


Hendersonville-Asheville Traffic Serv. Co.. 
Munger & Bennett, Inc. 


18.83 
118.40 




11.31 


1.91 


13.22 


R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. 


4,433.40 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
24.00 
15.60 
100.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
1,478.00 
2,985.20 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


4,433.40 


Columbus County Truckers Realty Co 


4 73 
10.04 

3.11 

11.83 

.08 

4.26 
55.15 
11.83 

2.60 

8.05 
71.00 


.80 
1.70 

.52 
2.00 

.02 

.72 
9.32 
2.00 

.44 
1.36 
12.00 


10.53 
16.74 




8.63 




18.83 




8.10 




9.98 




72.47 




18.83 




8.04 




14.41 


Trvon Hosiery Co . . . 


107.00 


J B. McCrary 


15.60 








100.00 




2.37 
5.16 
1.83 


.40 
.87 
.31 


7.77 




11.03 




7.14 




1,478.00 








2,985.20 




S8.69 
1.78 
4.26 


9.92 
.30 

.72 


73.61 


Winston-Salem Electrical Advertising Cc- 


7.08 
9.98 



1919] 



Document N"o. 5 



69 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — COTliinued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


March, 1918. 
Central Land Co._ 


t 11. S3 
1.18 
3.19 
3.19 
142.00 
11.83 
17.04 


t 2.00 

.20 

.51 

.51 

24.00 

2.00 

2.88 


t 22 .80 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

40.00 
5.00 

12.00 
5.00 

40.00 

20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


S 36 63 


Wilmington Coop. Truck Growers Co _ 

Wilmington Coop. Truck Growers Co., 1916 
Wilmington Coop. Truck Growers Co., 1915 


6.38 

8.70 

8,70 

206 00 


Selma Insurance, Loan and Trust, Co 

White Mfg. Co 


18,83 








118.33 
64.65 

6.51 
12.31 
17.75 
19.12 
84.49 
21.23 
12.96 
24.38 
10.64 

9.56 
10.60 
64.36 

2.60 

7.10 


20.00 
10.93 
1.10 
2.08 
3.00 
3.23 
14.28 
3.59 
2.19 
4.12 
1.80 
1.62 
1.80 
9.19 
.44 
1.20 




Overland-Carolinas Co 


95 58 






Messick & Mock Co., 1916 


19,39 


Gibsonville Hardware and Furniture Co... 


25,75 


Spencer Mills Co.. 


20.00 
5,00 
5,00 

20,00 
5,00 
5.00 
5.00 

14.04 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5,00 
5,00 
5,00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.68 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

40.00 
5,00 
5.00 

40,00 
6,011 
6,00 
5,00 
8,40 
5.00 

14.00 

10.40 

13.24 
5.00 

10,00 
5,00 
5,00 
5,00 
6.00 


118 77 


A. E. Lloyd & Co 




Carolina Land Co 


20 15 






Abdallon Store Co. _ 






16 18 






Newberry Broe. & Cowell Co. 


77 59 


Mebane Motor Co.... 


8 04 








5 00 




6.96 
3.93 
13.61 
7.10 
7.10 
5.29 
9.47 
17.75 
28.62 
5.99 
2.37 


1.18 

.66 

2.30 

1.20 

1.20 

.89 

1.60 

3.00 

4.84 

1.01 

.40 






9 59 






American Motor Co.. 








Hickory i^ed Co. 






16 07 


J. W. Smitberman Co 






43 46 






R. J. Jordan Co 






40 00 












18.46 


3.12 




Union News Co 






15.97 
21.77 
13.55 


2.70 
3.68 
2.29 


24,07 




30 45 


McDonald & Thomas Co 


20 S4 




8 40 




23.67 
71.00 


4.00 
12.00 




W. T. McCoy & Co 








United States Tire Co.. 








R. B. Crawford & Co 


14.69 
37.27 

3.79 
16.40 

8.28 


2.48 
6.30 
.64 
2.77 
1.40 
















TryOD Paper Box Co 


14 68 


Greenville Publishing Co 


5,00 



70 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIOITS — Continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchioe 


Total 


March. 1918. 
Allen Bros. Co 


t 132.34 

118.33 

10.99 

7.10 

118.23 

1.78 

71.00 

1,183.33 

6.89 

23.67 

9.94 

10,20 

23.67 

7.10 

30.17 

1.400.12 

79 .62 

7.10 


S 20.66 
20.00 
1.86 
1.20 
19.98 
.30 
12.00 
200.00 
1.16 
4.00 
1.68 
1.72 
4.00 
1.20 
5.10 
236.64 
13.44 
1.20 


t 


t 142.90 


S. B. Penrick Co.. 


42.00 
5.00 
5.00 


180 33 


Edgerton Salt Brick Co 


17.85 




13.30 


New Holland Farms. Inc.. . 


138.21 


Rockingham Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Ghent Land Co 


5.00 
5.00 
400.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
15.80 


7.08 
88 00 




1,783.33 


Wilson Cafe Co.. 


13 05 




32.67 




16.62 


A. C. House Lumber Co. 


16.92 


S. R. Siff Co ._ 


35.67 


Sadie M. King. Inc. 


13.30 


Trent River Marl and Lime Co 


61.0^ 
1,636.76 


Iredell Hardware Co. 


13.44 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
174.68 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6 00 
5.58 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
12.20 
5,00 
5.00 


106.40 




13.30 


Barron G. Collier, Inc 


6.00 


Richmond Insurance and Realty Co 


10.25 
62.72 


1.73 
10.60 


16.98 
93.32 




174.68 


Raleigh Rental and Insurance Agency 


.24 
6.27 
S.85 
11.83 
8.99 
7.57 


.04 
1.06 

.99 
2.00 
1.51 
1.28 


5.28 
12.33 




11.84 


Planters Steamboat Co 


18.83 




15.50 




12.85 




6.58 




. 2.37 
7.10 
17.85 
.86 
7.10 
5.33 
5.44 
3.55 
29.20 


.40 

1.20 

3.02 

.15 

1.20 

.90 

.93 

.60 

4.94 


7.77 




13.30 


Millard-Patton-Stikel Co 


25.87 




6.01 




13.30 


J. K. A. Alexander Co. ... 


11.23 




11.37 




9.16 


Central Realty Co 


46.34 




5,00 








5.00 




822.41 
16.88 
27.51 
13.96 
1.92 
7,10 
3.31 


139.00 
2.85 
4.65 
2.36 

.32 
1.20 

.56 


961.41 




5.00 
8,04 
6.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 


24.73 


Carolina Foundry and Machine Co 


40.20 
21.32 




7.24 


J A. Hart Drug Co. 


13.30 




8.87 






Totals .. . 


} 6,263.38 


i 1.058 ..55 


i 10.953.14 


S 18.275.07 







1919] 



Document N"o. 5 



71 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


April, 1918. 

Fidelity Bonded Warehouse Co 

Nash County Mfg. Co 

Globe Warehouse Co 


i 18 9.1 
1.66 
3.91 
7.81 
6.39 
2.40 
2.84 
1.18 
3.55 
71.00 
9.47 
20.74 
12.41 
1.01 
1.72 
40.50 
14.64 
36.34 
2.37 
9.70 
2.84 
5.92 
19.21 
1.18 


S 3.20 

.28 

.66 

1.32 

1.08 

.41 

.48 

.20 

.60 

12 00 

1.60 

3.51 

2.10 

.17 

.29 

6.85 

2.47 

6.14 

.40 

1.64 

.48 

1.00 

3.25 

.20 


5 

5,00 
5.00 

5. no 

5 00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

22.00 
5.00 
5.18 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5,00 

20,00 
7,20 
5,00 
5 00 
5,00 
5,00 
5.00 
5.00 

20.00 
125.12 
125.12 
5.00 
5.00 
5 00 
5.44 
6.00 


$ 22,13 
6,94 
9.57 
14 13 


Gibsonville Dnig Co 

B. H. Stepliens Co 


12,47 
7,81 
8,32 




6,38 


Roanoke Box Co... 


9,15 
105.00 




16,07 




29.43 




19.51 


Aberdeen Realty and Insurance Co 

Bretsch Bakery. Inc 


6 18 
7,01 
62,36 


AI ay field Company 

Swan Quarter Real Estate and Inv. Co.... 
Sampson T.ime Mfg. Co 


22 11 
62.48 
9.97 
16,34 




8,32 


Rabb-Carpenter Mfg., Land and Imp. Co.. 


11,92 
27.46 




6.38 




6,00 


Caldwell Land and Lumber Co., I9I5. 

Caldwell Land and Lumber Co., 1916 

Caldwell Land and Lumber Co., 1017 


114.05 

272.55 
272.17 


19.28 
46.06 
46.00 


163,33 

443 ,73 

443.29 

5,00 




47.33 
11.71 
220.82 
16.50 
8.05 


8.00 
1.98 
37.32 
2.79 
1.36 


60.33 


\\in.ston Printing Co _ 


18.69 
263 iS 


Hookerton Terminal Co 


25,29 




9 41 




371.60 
7,G3 
5,00 
5.00 


351,60 




4.73 
2.52 


.80 
.43 


1?,16 


Park Place, Inc. 


7,95 




5 no 




11.83 
7.10 

38.10 
3.55 
6.68 


2.00 
1.20 
6.44 
.60 
.96 


13,83 




6.40 
5.00 


14,70 




49,54 




4,15 




5.00 
33.80 

5 00 
67,93 

5.00 


11,64 




33,80 


Rhodes Clothing Co. 


9.47 
9.47 

.36 
2.67 

.36 
5.92 
11.83 


1.60 

1.60 

.06 

.62 

.06 

1.00 

2.00 


IC 07 




69 00 




5,42 




4,29 




6.00 


6,42 


Grimfley & Bullock Gin Co 


6 92 






1.1 ,83 


Barron G. Collier. Inc 


6.00 


5,00 


Insurance, Realty and Investment Co 


16,57 


2.80 


19,37 








$ 1,392.07 


t 235.29 


t 969.42 


t 2.596.78 







73 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



COBPOKATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


May. 1918. 


J 40.01 


S 6.76 


$ 


t 46.77 




5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
12.00 
6.00 


Ciutohfield Trace Lock Co. 


.24 


.04 


5 28 






West Tarboro Land and Imp, Co ._..! 










5 00 










Citv Realty Co 






6 00 


Griffin Drug Co 


8.28 
3.55 
5.21 
1.24 
22.85 


1.40 
.60 
.88 
.21 

3.86 




City Guarantee and Title Co 






West Tarboro Land and Imp. Co 




6.09 






1.45 






26 71 


Trantiuil Park Co 


13.92 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 




Gilmer-Moore Co... 







10 00 
















5 00 


.S. J. Watson Co.... 


2.37 


.40 


2 77 


Trade Street Grocery Co 


5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5,00 

11.64 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 

20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.93 
5.00 
6.24 
5,00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


5.00 


M. Cortland Co.. 






5 00 








5 00 








6.00 


East End Department .Store 






5.00 


Tavlor & Phipps Co... . 






10.00 








5.00 






5.00 






5.00 


Imperial Cotton Oil Co.... 




11.64 


King-Crovell Drug Co. 




5.00 






6.00 






6.00 


Armfield-Griffith Co 




6.00 


Wliite Drug Co.. 




5.00 


Moretz-Whitencr Clothing Co. 






5.00 








6.00 








20.00 








6.00 








6.00 








6,00 








10.92 


Valley Mining Co... 






6.00 








6.24 








6.00 


Fair Bluff Ginning Co 






5.00 


Burgaw Union Warehouse Co 






5.00 


Ed. G. White Motor Co. 






5.00 




13.02 

165.79 

.95 


2.20 

28.00 

.16 


15.22 


J. & D. Tire and Rubber Co. 




193.79 






1.11 


Pink Mfg. Co... 


6.80 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
40.00 


6.80 








5.00 




j 


5.00 


Conrad Realty Co 


1 


5.00 


Charlotte Bonded Warehouse Co 


1 


40.00 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



73 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


May. 1918. 
Griffin Drug Co.... 

Franklin Land Co. 


$- - S — .. 


t 5.00 
5.00 


S 5.00 

5. no 








8.00 
20.00 
5.00 1 


s.oo 








20,00 








5.00 






5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
7.48 
5.00 


5.00 


Pamlico Brick and Tile Co. 




5.00 








5.00 








5.00 








6.00 








5.00 








5.00 








5.00 








5.00 








5.00 






5.00 


Spring Mills Co.- 




5.00 






7.48 


Dr. Edmund Chemical Co. 


1 


5.00 




1 


5.00 


5.00 






5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
7.88 


5.00 








5.00 








5.00 








7.88 




28.64 


4.84 


33.48 




9.53 i 1.61 
7.34 ! 1.24 

3.55 .60 




11.14 






8.58 


Branch-King Cigar Co 




4.15 


5.00 
95.92 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
40 00 
40.00 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
6.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


6.00 




I 


95.92 






5.00 


Federal Trust Co.. 




5.00 






5,00 




1 




5.00 








5.00 


Winston Realty Co. 


1 




5.00 


Home Ice and Fuel Co. 






5.00 








40.00 








40.00 








6 00 








6.00 








20.00 


Relay Mfg. Co.. 






5.00 


Highland Farms Co 






5.00 








5.00 








6.00 








5.00 








5.00 








5.00 




136,08 
68.99 


23.00 
11.66 


139.08 




i 


80.66 


Schloss, Bear & Davis Co 


5.00 
5.00 
6.00 


5.00 
5.00 


Southern Development Co 


.1 




1 6.00 



74 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


May. 1918. 


t 


S 


S 5 00 

5 00 
60.00 
5.00 
210.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
7.12 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 










5.00 
60.00 








Mingo Union Gin Co _. . 






























R. M. Norman 






















17.75 


3.00 


















3.55 
59.17 


.60 
10.00 




Tryon Hotel Co 








10.00 
5.00 

14.00 
7.00 
5.00 
7.84 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

40.00 
5.00 
6.00 




















Cape Fear Hardware Co i ! 


7 00 










Oaklawn Ceiretery Co 






7 84 




















. 


5 00 
















40.00 


Dixie Realty Co... 






S 00 








S.OO 




11.83 
37.87 
5.31 
2.37 
1.89 
9.47 


2 00 

6.40 

.90 

.40 

.32 

1.60 








44 27 


Hart Drug Co. 




6 21 






2 77 






2 21 






11 07 








Totals 


t 666.85 


S 112 68 


S 1,202.76 


S 1,982 29 






June. 1918. 


S 18.93 


$ 3.20 


t 5.00 
13.52 
5.00 
8 00 
8.00 
20.00 


$ 27 13 




13.52 








5.00 


National Oil Co., 1916.... 






8.00 


National Oil Co., 1917... 






8.00 








20.00 




3 43 
14.20 
35.50 

3.90 ' 
59.17 
35.50 
170.40 

7.81 


.58 
2 40 
6.00 
.66 
10.00 
6.00 
28.80 
1.32 


4.01 






16.60 






41.50 






4.56 






69.17 






41.50 






199.20 






9.13 




5.00 
42.69 


5.00 


Wright Safety Air Brake Co | 





42.69 



1919] 



Document N'o. 5 



75 



Statement D — Continued. 



A.TI0N8 — continued. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



E. Grady & Son 


t 10.92 
1.66 
20 3.') 
12.19 
3.08 
7.10 
2.37 
23.67 
15.27 
40.68 
11 83 
11.83 
2.37 
• 11.83 
2.37 
2.84 
94.67 
9.47 
2.84 
7.10 
2.37 
9.47 
.95 
5.92 
.24 
7.35 
23.67 
.95 
4.73 
2 98 
5,92 
46.27 
.24 
11.83 
2.60 
125.33 
14.20 
.95 
10.89 
18.59 
63 00 
13.38 
23.67 


t 1.84 t 5,00 

.28 1 5.00 


$ 17.76 
6 94 




3.44 
2.06 

.52 
1.20 

.40 
2.77 
2.58 
6 88 






















8 30 






2.77 


Granite City Realty and Trust Co., 1916.. 
Granite City Realty and Trust Co., 1917.. 
F L Smith Hardware Co , 1917 




26 44 












2.00 

2.00 

40 




13 83 












2 77 


Hicks & Hawley, Inc. 


2.00 

.40 

.48 

16.00 

1.60 
.48 

1.20 




13 S3 






2 77 






3 32 


















3 32 








Dixie Spindle and Flyer Co.. 1914 


.40 
1.60 




2 77 






Dr D S Waller Inc 1914 


.16 
1.00 
.04 






Matthews Mfg Co., 1914 




6 92 










1.24 

4.00 
.16 
.80 
.60 
1,00 
7.82 
.04 












Dr. D. S. Waller, Inc., 1915 






Aulens .\uto Hire Co., 1916 






Belliveaiis, Inc., 1916 






Blue Ridge I.and Co., 1916.... 






City Realty Co.. 1916 




54 09 










2.00 
.44 

21.18 
2.40 
.16 
1.84 
3.14 

10.65 
2.26 
4.00 




13 83 














Club Acres Co., 1916 




16 60 


George K, Hummel Co., 1916. 










12 73 


































S 1,038.78 


t 174.32 


t 117.21 








July. 1918. 


t 591 .67 

47.33 
26.03 

2.37 
89.61 
11.83 

1.18 


t 100.00 

8.00 

4.40 

.40 

15.14 

2.00 

.20 


$ 


t 691.67 


Armfield Co 




55 33 








Mingo Union Gin Co 




2 77 












13 83 


Leonard's Cafe Co 




1.38 



76 



Document No. 5 



[ Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



July, 1918. 

Pamlico Brick and Tile Co 

Citizens Mercantile Co 

Cole-Daniels Hardware Co 

Lans Lumber Co 

Warren Phiirmacy, Inc 

New Era Publishing Co 

Davidson Publishing Co., 1914 

Brunswick County Lumber Co., 1916— 
Lexington Mint-Cola Bottling Co., 1916.... 

Red Springs Hotel Co 

Shannon Mercantile Co 

Maxton Drug Co 

Maxton Auto Co 

Dr. Edmond Chemical Co.... 

B. B. Hardw.are Co 

Rowan Canning Co... 

Salisbury Brick Co 

Quality Clothing Co 

Peeler's Printery 

R. M. Norman Co 

Gray Veneer and Panel Co 

Citizens Mercantile Co 

Morrison, J. K., Grocery and Produce Co, 

Pink Mfg. Co 

Kings Mountain Cotton Seed Oil Mill 



10.65 
1.30 

14.20 

16.57 
3.55 
.71 
.71 

23.67 
8.28 

19.41 
6.72 
6.39 

17.75 
3.79 
4.73 
3.73 

11.48 
7.10 
2,70 

19.28 

11.83 



94.67 
24.85 
13.93 



Totals.. 



August, 1918. 

Eureka Drug Co.... $ 1.18 

Ardmore Co 10,65 

Winston-Salem Loan and Investment Co.. 9.47 

Winston Realty Co 20.74 

Westbrook Drug and Floral Co 12.83 

Franklin Real Estate Co 1 .26 

Engleland Mfg. Co 46.00 

American Subsoil Plow Manufacturing Co. 9.47 

East Marion Realty Co 7.10 

Farmers Ginning and Milling Co 23.67 

Mecklenburg Land and Imp. Co., 1916 i 7.10 

Mecklenburg Land and Imp. Co., 1917 7.10 



Totals.. 



September, 1918. 

City Store Co 

Farmers Union Storage Co , 

Gilmore Live Stock Co..... , 

Mebane Milling Co 

Nelson-Cooper Lumber and Furniture Co. 

Parsons Drug Co 

Miles-Nelson-Ray Co.. 

Whitehead Hosiery Mills 

Elmira Cotton Mills Co 



156.57 



7.51 
18.93 

8.28 
23.93 

9.47 
•71 .00 
401 .82 



4.00 
1.40 



3.26 
2.00 



16.00 
4.20 
3.20 



3.50 
2.17 
.22 
7.77 
1.60 
1.20 
4.00 
1.20 
1.20 



5.00 
5.00 



1.27 




3.20 


5.00 


1.40 


6.00 


4.04 


5.00 


1.60 


5.00 


12.00 


16.58 


67.92 


83.60 



1919] 



Document 'No. 5 



77 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — Continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


September, 1918. 

United Stores Co 


$ 8.22 

138.31 

7.10 

118.33 

2.84 

8.36 

22.48 

5.21 

492.85 

2.37 

57.33 

2.37 

404.91 

33.13 

1,765.53 

7.57 

132.53 

29.58 

27.99 

6.21 

32.14 

37.87 

165.67 

7.41 

42.60 

5.92 

11.83 

37.87 


$ 1.39 

23.38 

1.20 

20.00 

.48 

1.40 

3.80 

.88 

83.30 

.40 

9.69 

.40 

68.43 

5.60 

298.40 

1.28 

22.40 

5.00 

4.73 

1.05 

5.43 

6.40 

28.00 

1.25 

7.20 

1.00 

2.00 

6.40 


S 5.00 

30 00 
5.00 

16.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 

18.40 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 

60.00 

5.00 

400.00 

5.00 

11.20 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
8.39 

16.00 
5.00 
7.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 


$ 14.61 




191.69 


Roval Ginning Co. 


13.30 


Sidney Cotton Jlilb 


154.33 




8.32 


Polkton Lumber Co. 


14.66 




32.28 




11 09 


Eureka Lumber Co 


594, 55 


Peoples Building Co. 


7.77 




75.02 


The Polkton Hardware Co 

Holt, Grant & Holt Cotton Mfg. Co 

F. L. Voliva Hardware Co 

• L. Banks-Holt Mfg. Co 

Marsh-Jones Hardware Co 

Havens Oil Co.. 


7.77 
533.34 
43.73 
2,463.93 
13.85 
166.13 


Phillips Fertilizer Co 


39.58 
37.72 


Bailey Supply Co .., _ 

E. Peterson Co.... 


12.26 
45.57 
52.66 


E. M. Holt Plaid Mills 


209.67 


Sevier Store Co 


13.66 




56.80 


New Theatre, Ine.... 


11.92 




18.83 




52.27 






Totals-. 


% 4,158.21 


t 702.80 


$ 797.17 


$ 5,658.18 






October, 1918. 

Aulander Live Stock and Supply Co 

Clark Co., Mebane 


$ 47.33 
17.75 
18.93 
4.02 
4.73 
1.51 
16.57 
9.47 
28.40 
6.60 
54.43 
52.36 
4.17 
15.77 
6.86 
1.66 
297.56 
29.58 
11.12 
7.62 
1.66 


$ 8.00 

3.00 

3.20 

.68 

.80 

.26 

2.80 

1.60 

4.80 

1.12 

9.20 

8.85 

.70 

2.66 

1.16 

.28 

60.30 

5.00 

1.88 

1.29 

.28 


S 6.00 
6.40 
5.00 
5.0O 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.40 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


» 61.33 
27,15 


Dixie Milling Co.... 


27.13 




9.70 


J. W. Gates, Ine. 


10 53 




6.77 


Beaufort County Storage Warehouse Co... 


25.37 
16 07 


West Jefferson Hardware and Supply Co... 


3S.20 
12 72 




6S 63 




67.61 




9 87 




23,43 




13.02 




1.94 


Glencoe Mills 


44.80 
5.00 
6.80 
5.00 
• 5.00 
5.00 


392.66 


Wadcsboro Mfg. Co 


39 58 




19,80 




13 9i 


Twin Oaks Cooperative Cheese Co. 


6 94 


J. S. H. Clark Lumber Co 


5.00 



78 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



COBPOBATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensiona 


Franchise 


Total 


October, 1918. 






t 5.88 
5.44 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.72 

10.00 

8.00 

120 00 

62.00 

96.73 
193.69 
600.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
9.67 

24.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 


$ 5.88 


, Wicomico Lumber Co 




















5 00 










Brant Fertilizer Co.... 






6.72 










Sands & Co., Inc 






8.00 


R. P. Richardson Jr., & Co. 






120 00 








62.00 








96 73 


Union Seed and Fertiliser Co.. . . 






193 69 


Golden Belt Mfg. Co.. 






600.00 


White Furniture Co 






5.00 








5.00 


Moss Planing Mill Co. 


18.93 
20.12 
23.67 

378.67 
24.44 
28 40 
13.02 
35.50 
61.65 
37.54 
23.70 

189.33 
48.77 
2.01 
10.29 


3.20 
3.40 
4.00 

64.00 
4.13 
4.80 
2.20 
6.00 

10.42 
6.34 
4.01 

32.00 

8.25 

.34 

1.74 


30 13 




28 52 




37.34 


Travora Mfg. Co 


466.67 


Coble-Bradshaw Co. . 


33.57 




41.20 




20.22 


James El'ison & Co.. . . 






72.07 




6.64 
9.20 

81.36 

13.48 

5.00 

6.00 

' 26,73 

22.76 
5.00 

19.14 

50.00 
5,00 

54.32 
5.00 
5,00 
5.00 
102.84 

40,00 

5.00 

6.00 

2,708.93 

36 00 
5 00 
5,00 

62.00 
9,60 

10.00 

254.00 

6.00 

28.00 


49.52 




36.91 


White Furniture Co 


302.69 




70.60 




7 35 




17.03 




26.73 


Pittsburg Plate-Glass Co 






22.76 








5.00 








19.14 








50.00 


Stewart-Jones Co 






5.00 


Harris Granite Quarries Co 






54.32 


Durax Granite Co. . .. 






5.00 








5.00 








5.00 








102 84 








40.00 








5.00 








5.00 








2,708.93 








36.00 








6.00 








6,00 








62.00 








9.60 


Colonial Pine Co, 






10.00 


Hans-Rees Sons Co. . . 






254.00 


Morven Hardware Co 


17.75 
101.14 


3.00 
17.09 


25.75 


Williamson's. Inc... 


146.23 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



79 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


October. 1918. 
Standard Realty and Security Co 


$ 17.75 
163.83 
6.15 
21.30 
59.82 
14.44 
828.33 
18.93 


S 3.00 
27.69 
1.04 
3.60 
10.12 
2.44 
140.00 
3.20 


t 5.86 

13.12 
5.00 
5.00 
■ 10.00 
5.00 

97.68 
6.03 
5.00 

24.00 
5.00 

60.00 
6.16 

60.00 

20.00 
5.00 

72.00 
5.00 
5.00 

50.00 
5.00 
6.60 
5.64 

12.52 

719.84 

5.00 

40.00 

5.00 

200.00 

5.00 

1.950.54 

399.80 

5.00 

800.00 

10.00 

11.84 
5.00 
400.00 
5.00 
5.70 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
7.86 
5.00 

60.60 
5.00 
5.00 
8.16 
8.40 
6.00 


S 26.61 
204.64 


S. P. W.llis Co 


12.19 
29.90 




79.94 


Hub Milling Co... 

James N. Williamson & Sons Co 


21.88 
1.060.01 




27.13 


South Hill Mfg. Co. 


5.00 






24.00 






5.00 


Wallace Brothers Co. 1 




60.00 








6.16 








60.00 








20.00 








5.00 


White-Williamson Co. 


414.17 
2.84 
4.73 
326.84 
11.18 
52.07 
9.47 
59.17 


70.00 
.48 
.80 
55.24 
1.89 
8.80 
1.60 
10.00 


556.17 


Morvcn Drug Co 


8.32 




10.53 


Hartsell Mills Co. . 


432.08 




18.07 




67.47 


Piedmont Finishing Mills Co. 


16.71 




81.69 


Standard Oil Co. 


719.84 


Jordan Mfg. Co 






5.00 








40.00 






5.00 


Talc Products Co 




200.00 






5.00 






1,950.54 






.399.80 


The Red -C' Oil Mfg. Co. 




5.00 


Champion Fibre Co ' 




800.00 






10.00 


Valley Tie and Lumber Co. 1 




11. S4 


Roper Land Co ' 




.1.00 






400.00 


Phihp Carey Co ' 




5.00 






5.70 


Union Canning Co.. 




5.00 






5.00 






5.00 


McClintic-Marshall Co 




5.00 






.i.OO 


Coweta FcrtiliierCo 1 




10.00 


FrickCo . 






1 


5.00 




1 


60.60 




1 


5.00 




6.15 
55.. 38 
14.20 
19.95 


1.04 
9.36 
2.40 
3.37 


12. 19 




72.!10 




25.00 


Black Mountain Lumber Co 


29. 32 



80 



Document N^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


October, 1918. 
Dove-Best Co.... 


S 7.75 
11. S3 
4.02 
189.33 
2.37 
44.73 


$ 1.31 

2.00 

.68 

32.00 

.40 

7.56 


$ 5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
22.32 
S.OO 


$ 14.06 


W. C. Correl Jewelry Co 


Star Fish Co.. 




Hadley-Peoples Mfg. Co... 




Green & Hansen Co: 




Havens Oil Co... 




David Lupton Sons Co... 


5.00 
62.80 
6.54 
5.00 
20.00 
9.60 
10.00 
14.76 
5.00 
39.60 
5.00 
5.00 
18.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
6.88 
12.00 
69.12 
62.00 
5.00 
69.60 
6,00 
24.00 
5.00 
5.00 




Indian Refining Co.. 






52 80 


Einehart & Dennis Co. 






6 54 


Singer Sening Machine Co 








Hassell Supply Co. 






20 00 


Hicliory Mfg. Co 


118.95 

59.17 

19.05 

5.92 

270.07 

10.65 

5.92 

62.72 

44.97 

.71 

13,84 

23.64 

23.67 

284 .00 

307.67 

16.36 

177.50 

18.93 

137.92 

7.10 

7.22 

14,20 


20.10 

10.00 
3.22 
1.00 

45.65 
1.80 
1.00 

10.60 
7.60 
.12 
2.34 
3.99 
4.00 

48.00 

52.00 
2.77 

30.00 
3.20 

23.31 
1.20 
1,22 
2.40 




Elliott Knitting Mills.. 


79 17 






Universal Theater Co.. 


11 92 


Bonnie Cotton Mills 


355 32 


Drexel Roller Mills . 




Kiker Mercantile Co 


11 92 


Bernhardt Chair Co. 


91 32 


White Cotton Co... 


57.57 


Montwhite Theater Co.. 


5 83 


Carolina Creamery Co.. 

Ranford Kniltirg Mills Co.. 


21.18 
34.51 


Hickory Overall Co... 








Falls Mfg. Co.. 


411 67 


Warlick & Sherrill Co. 






277.10 


Eagle Rock Mills Co 


28 13 


P. M. Morris Real Estate Co 

Auto Tractor Co 

Corl & Wadsworth Co 


186.23 
13.30 
13 44 


Hardware Strre Co. 


16.60 




5.00 
52.64 
5.00 
6.00 
6.40 
492.43 
6.00 
8.00 
70,00 
31.47 
800,00 
77.39 
6.00 
5.00 
5,00 
6.00 
40.00 
10.00 
1,000.00 
24 00 
5.00 


5.00 








62.64 


Valdese Ccoperative Co. 






6.00 


Dixie Realty Co.. 






5.00 


Parks-Belk Co... 






6 40 


W. M. Hitter Lumber Co. 






492 43 


Inland \\ ater Transport Co.. 






6,00 


Lenoir Chair Mfg. Co.. 






8.00 


East Carolina Hone and Farm Assn 

Camp Mfg. Co 






70.00 
31.47 


Imperial Tobacco Co 




800.00 






77.39 


Pnce-Cliue Harness Tanning Co 


23.67 

8.28 

94.81 

118.33 

213.00 

24.82 

6,792.31 

295.83 

9.47 


4.00 

1.40 
16.02 
20.00 
36.00 

4.19 

1,148.00 

50.00 

1.60 


33.67 
14.68 


Craven Chemical Co.... 


116 83 


West Lumber and Box Co 


144 33 


J. M. Odell Mfg. Co.... 


289.00 


J. S. Miller Furniture Co... 


39 01 


Cannon Mfg. Co 

Sevier Cotton Mills Co... 


8,940.31 
369 83 


Elkins & Elkins Pharmacy.. 


16.07 



1919] 



Document IvTo. 5 



81 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — coniinued. 



I.att.i & Martin Pump Co 


S 9.82 


Elliott Building Co 


21.12 


Newton Land and Loan Co 


18.89 


Chambers & Weaver Co... 


13.90 


Catherine Mil! Co 


47.33 




14.20 




21.06 


Ella Mfr. Co _. 


568.00 




61.53 


J. H. Holmes & Co 


53.25 


Lillv Mill and Power Co 


414.17 




12.76 


Craddock Mfg. Co 


7.67 


Lenoir Veneer Co 


20.12 


N'orthrup & McDuffie Co 


82.83 


Caldwell Furniture Co.... 


189.73 


Kent-CofTey Mfg. Co 


118.30 




29.58 


Lenoir Hardware and Furniture Co 


59.17 


Shelby Coca-Cola Bottling Co 


11. S3 




76.62 




3.55 




116.44 


Warlong Glove Mfg. Co. 


7.10 


Hickory Handle and Mfg. Co 


18.93 




23.67 


Cab.Hrrns Union Supply Co 


2.60 


Patrick-Mosteller Co 


27. C3 


E. H. & J. A. Meadows Co 


264.36 


Newport Fisheries Co 


37.87 


Shelbv Hosiery Mills 


5.92 


New Bern Cotton Oil and Fertilizer Co.... 


331 33 


Scitt-Register Co.. 


17.30 


Shelby Creanery Co 


6.51 




.59 


Poole Brothers Co 


2.37 


Suskin & Berry, Inc 


36.47 


Harris Lumber Co 


13 80 


Hickrry Furniture Co 


94.67 


Catawba Cooperative Creamery Co 


23.67 


Clay Printing Co 


10.57 


Beauf( rt Iron Works Co 


24.85 


Hickcrv Chair Mfg. Co 


85.91 




37.87 




355.00 




11 83 




63.43 


Asheville Harness Co. 


84.57 




.47 


J. R. Hieh Co 


65.08 


Crystal Cafe System 


35.50 


Southern Polishing Co 


3.55 


National Dye Works Co 


66.27 


General Securities Corporation 


27.25 



1.66 


t 19.20 


3.57 


6.00 


3.19 


5. CO 


2.35 


5.00 


8.00 


8.00 


2.40 


5.00 


3.56 


5.00 


96.00 


48.00 


10.40 


9.60 


9.00 


7.00 


70.00 


54.00 


2.16 


5.00 


1.30 


5.00 


3.40 


5.00 


14.00 


20.00 


32.00 


50.00 


20.00 


13.52 


5.00 


10.00 


10.00 


10.08 


2.00 


5 00 


12.95 


5.00 


.60 


5.00 


19.68 


19.68 


1.20 


5.00 


3.20 


5.00 


4.00 


5 00 


.44 


5.00 


4.67 


5.00 


44.68 




6 40 




1.00 


5.00 


56.00 


40.00 


2.92 


5,40 


1 10 


5.00 


.10 


5.00 


.40 


5.00 


6.16 


6.C0 


2.33 


5.00 


16.00 


13 00 


4.00 


9.10 


2.80 


5.00 


4.20 


5.00 


14.62 


18. e8 


6.40 


7.92 


60 00 


40 00 


2 00 


5 00 


10.72 


6.00 


10.91 


8. on 


.08 


5.00 


11.00 


5.00 


8.00 


12.00 


.60 


6.00 


11.20 


18.80 


4.61 


9.28 



30.68 
30.69 
27.08 
21.25 
63.33 
21.60 
29.62 
712.00 
81 ..53 
69.25 
538.17 
10.92 
13.97 
28.52 
116.83 
271 .73 
151.82 
44.58 
85.25 
18.83 
94,57 
9.15 



27.13 
32.67 
S 04 
37.30 

309.04 
44.27 
11.92 

427.33 
25 62 
12 61 



48.63 
21.13 

123.67 
36.77 
24 37 
34 05 

119.11 
.i2,19 

455 .00 
18 83 
80.15 
83 .48 
5.55 
81.08 
53.50 
9.15 
96 27 
41.14 



6— Part I — 1918 



Document JNTo. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



Octcbsr, 191S. 

R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co 

Woolworth Company 

Tennessee Chemical Co... 

North Carolina Flux Co 

Southern Cotton Oil Tr. Co 

Carolina Bond and Mortgage Co 

Asheville Supply and Foundry Co 

Sperry & Hutchinson Co 

Continental Gin Co 

Miller Rubber Company of New York. 

The Vogue. Inc.. 

Calypso Supply Co 

Tivola Farm and Realty Co 

Joyce-Masten Co 

New Bern Grocery Co 

New Bern Ford Motor Co 

FoUin Company 

Lexington Loan Co 

Amazon Cotton Mills 

Standard Chair Co.. 

Nokomis Cotton Mills , 

Gowan Medical Co 

Whitaker-Harvey Co 

Crim-Cantrell Furniture Co 

Taylor Grocery Co , 

Hall Mercantile Co 

Farmers Planters Tobacco Warehouse Ce.. 

Carolina Cotton Mdls Co 

Wdkes Veneer Co 

Hawks Lumber Co.. 

E. K. Bishop Co... 

Martin Furniture Co 

Allenstand Cottage, Inc 

White-Morrison- Flowe Co 

Fisher-Armour Co 

Boston Shoe Store Co 

Cabarrus Cotton Mills 

Chadbourn Tobacco Warehouse Co.... 

Carolina Coast Lumber Co 

A. E. Rankin Co 

Stonehaven Hotel Co 

Snyder-Warlick Furniture Co 

Olive Hosiery Mfg. Co 

Fidelity Insurance Co 

Goldsboro Lumber Co .." 

Farmers Mfg. Co 

Brancord Mfg. Co 

S. H. Kress & Co 

nn Cigar Co.... 

nberland Lumber Co 

an Fertilizer Co 

Dill-Craven-Truitt Co 

Loray Mills 

Little River Lumber Co 



23.67 

31.95 

6.54 

7.10 

22.48 

42.60 

8,28 

9.47 

473.33 

142.00 

473.33 

23.67 

4.69 

42.60 

28.40 

42.60 

7.10 

118.33 

18.93 

24.14 

82.11 

35.50 

2.37 

36.92 

7.10 

23.67 

2,555.99 

8.28 

4.25 

106.50 

126.62 

3.55 

15.62 



4.00 
5.40 



7.20 
1.40 



SO .00 
24.00 



7.20 
1.20 
20.00 



5.00 
432.00 
1.40 
.72 
18.00 
21.40 



10,000.00 
5.00 
12.00 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
10.00 
5.00 
43.20 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
50.00 
28.00 
76.00 
175.92 
22.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
33.52 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
34.00 
5.00 
5.00 
12.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
40.00 
60.10 
56.00 
329. 60 
80.00 
5.00 
5.00 
57.52 
468.24 
42.23 



1019] 



Document No. 5 



83 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



October, 1918. 

Rasin Monumental Co 

Dare Lumber Co 

Borden Condensed Milk Co 

Georgia Pine Turpentine Co 

Stehte Silks Corporation 

American Tobacco Co 

Cove City Lumber Co 

Armstrong Cork and Lin. Co 

Farmers Trade House Co 

Lenoir Hosiery Mills Co 

Citizens Co 

Planters Cotton Oil and Fertilizer Co 

Carolina Woodcnware Co... 

Dey & Bros. Co 

Dunn-Banks Co 

Burke Lumber Co 

Wilkinson-Widenhouse Co... 

Carolina Coal and Ice Co 

Pearl Milling Co 

Shepherd Furniture Co 

North East Land Co 

Kilpatrick Development Co 

Jewell Cotton Mills... 

Canfield Lumber Co 

Brown-Cherry-Baird Co 

Mocksville Furniture Co 

Underwood-Kyle Co.. 

Welcome Milling Co 

Durham Cotton Mfg. Co 

New Bern Garage Co 

Dacotah Cotton Mills Co 

Lexington Upholstery Co 

Allright Mfg. Co 

Mountain City Steam Laundry Co '. 

Wennonah Cotton Mills Co 

Swift Creek Supply Co 

J. E. Shelton Box and Lumber Co 

Home Ileal Estate Loan and Insurance Co. 

New Bern Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Pilot Hosiery Mills Co 

Mason Cotton Mills Co 

-N'ewton Oil and Fertilizer Co 

Brigg.s-Shafrer Co 

Townsend Buggy Co 

Realty Exchange... 

Erianger Cotton Mills Co 

Efird Brothers Co 

N. C. Shipbuilding Co.. 

New Bern Publishing Co... 

Moline Mills Co 

J G. Flynt Tobacco Co 

Thomasville Furniture Co - ,. 

Vaughan & Co 

Lakeside Mills Co 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



20.35 
5.92 
39.05 
182.23 
21.77 
18.92 
36.49 
9.47 
23.67 
61.53 
4.73 
20.83 
15.89 
3.55 
355.00 
21.75 
28.40 
45.91 

.47 ; 

17.04 ' 

1,656.66 

7.10 

568.00 
21.30 
14.20 
10.65 

355.00 
14.20 
80.47 
69.76 
15.38 
65.63 

189.33 
35.50 

106. 14 
11.83 
8.16 
2,130.00 
18.93 
59.17 
11.83 

142.00 

201.24 
54.43 

226.25 

177.50 



3.44 
1.00 
6.60 

30.80 
3.68 
3.20 
6.17 
1.60 
4.00 

.10.40 
.80 
3.52 



60.00 
3.68 



96.00 
3.60 
2.40 
1.80 
60.00 
2.40 
13.60 
11.79 
2.00 
11.09 
32.00 



27.58 

306.00 

5.00 

5.76 

160.80 

5.647.16 

30.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 

15.52 
8.00 
8.00 
5.00 
6.42 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.12 
7.34 

M.OS 
5.00 
5.00 
8.72 
5.00 
5.00 
180.00 
5.00 

77.32 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

40.00 
5.00 : 

14.00 ' 

10.00 
5.00 

15.00 

50.00 



17.94 


24,00 


2.00 


5.00 


1.38 


5.00 


360.00 


240.00 


3.20 


5.00 


10.00 


80.00 


2.00 


5.70 


24.00 


30.41 


34.35 


42.36 


9.20 


5.M 


38.24 


28.12 


30.00 


31.20 



84 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



COHPORATI ONS — contin ued. 



October, 1918. 

Joe Jacobs Clothing Co _ 

North State Veneer Co 

Burke Drug Co __ 

Paragon Mfg. Co .._ 

Williams & Fulghum Co 

Harbin Construction Co 

Taylorsville Cotton Mills Co.. 

Piedmont Wagon and Mfg. Co 

N. C. Mutual and Provident Ins. Co 

Merrick-Moore-Spaulding Co 

Perr.v-Horton Co 

Southbound Investment Co 

Duplin Grocery Co 

Hart Brothers Co 

Fors.vth Furniture Co 

White Star Co _ 

Wallace Grocery Co 

Banner Warehouse Co 

Lyon Mfg Co 

N. A. Currie Co 

Lexington Chair Co 

Pearson Remedy Co 

Conestee Chemical Co 

Durham Tobacco Mfg. Co 

Rockhill Supply Co 

M. K. Moore Tobacco Co 

Warsaw Tobacco and Prize House Co. 

Nahunga Club, Inc. 

Lambe-Burch-Bowen Co 

Cotton Belt Land Co 

Tarboro Ginning Co 

WhiteviUe Lumber Co.... 

Morganton Mfg. and Trading Co 

Durham Ice Cream Co 

Crystal Hosiery Mills. 

Auto Repair Co 

Salem Iron Works 

Linwood Mfg. Co 

R. B. Peters Grocery Co 

Hurdle Loan and Insurance Co 

Hyman Supply Co 

Jennings Shoe Store 

Carolina Grocery Co 

Chadbourn Hardware Co 

LaFayette Mfg. Co 

Southern Finishing Mills Co 

Carolina Machine Co 

Carolina Cadillac Co 

Powling-Emory Knitting Mill Co 

J. N. Ledford Co 

Carolina Feed and Lumber Co 

Sugar Loaf Gin and Oil Co 

Globe Lumber Co 

Park Land Co 



General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


$ 23.67 


S 4.00 


S 9.04 


$ 36.71 


14.20 


2.40 


5.00 


21.60 


11.36 


1.92 


5.00 


18.28 


3.5.5 


.60 


5.00 


9.15 


59.17 


19.00 


6.01 


75.21 


4.73 


.80 


6.00 


10.53 


710.00 


120.00 


50.00 


880.00 


769.16 


130. 00 


640.00 


1,439.16 


100.84 


17.04 


5.00 


122.88 


6.27 


1.06 


6.00 


12.33 


21. .10 


3.60 


5.00 


29.90 


9.23 


1.56 


5.00 


15.79 


15.38 


2.60 


5.00 


22.98 


23.67 


4.00 


5.00 


32.67 


142.00 


24.00 


5.00 


171.00 


11.83 


2.00 


5.00 


18.83 


49.70 


8.40 


6.40 


64.50 


4.73 


.80 


5.00 


10.63 


5.92 


1.00 


5.00 


11.92 


145.55 


24.60 


11.60 


181.75 


43.96 

.47 

11.83 


7.43 
.08 
2.00 




51.39 




.55 


5.00 


18.83 


7.10 


1.20 


5.00 


13.30 


3.79 


.64 


5.00 


9.43 


23.67 


4.00 


5.00 


32.67 


5.09 


.86 


5.00 


10.95 


2.96 


.50 


5.00 


8.46 


39.05 


6.60 


8.80 


54.45 


4.69 


.79 


5.00 


10.48 


20.71 


3.50 


5.00 


29.21 


504.76 


85.31 


48.00 


638.07 


63.71 


10.77 


18.40 


92.88 


8.99 


1.52 


5.00 


15.51 


21.30 


3.60 


5.28 


30.18 


8.28 


1.40 


5.00 


14.68 


59.17 


10.00 


24.08 


93.25 


16.09 


2.72 


5.00 


23.81 


52.68 


8.90 


10.00 


71.58 


.53 


.09 


5.00 


5.62 


177.50 


30.00 


.30.00 


237.50 


11.83 


2.00 


5.00 


18.83 


11.03 


1.S6 


5.00 


17.89 


15.62 


2.64 


5.00 


23.26 


11.83 


2.00 


5.00 


18.83 


4.73 


.80 


6.00 


10.53 


35.60 


6.00 


13.00 


54.50 


66.17 


11.18 


18.16 


96.51 


41.42 


7.00 


11.60 


60.02 


51.12 


8.64 


5.00 


64.76 


6.32 


1.07 


6.00 


12.39 


16.57 


2.80 


5.00 


24.37 


2.60 


.44 


40.00 


43.04 


15.00 


2.50 


5.00 


22.50 



1919] 



Document N'o. 5 



85 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



October, 1918. 
Allen-Bennett Co, 
Union Point Lumber C( 
New Bern lee 

Growers Tobacco Warehouse Co, 
Chadbourn Drug Co, 
Beaumont Furniture Co, 

Gum Panel Co 

Henry Rose Co 

Arista Mills Co 

Southern Coal Co 

Durham Cotton and Cotton Goods Whse 

Union Guano Co 

Austin-Heato 



Br. 



I Wareho 




Granite Falls Co, 
Granite Cordage Co. 
Highland Cordage Co. 
Ivey Mill Co.-... 
A. A. Shuford M: 
Ruffin Warehouse Co. 

C. L. Sharp Co 

Floyd-.\nderson Drug Co, 

Rogue Sound Lumber Co, 

Model Laundry Co 

Tabor Produce Co 

Sentinel Printing and Publishing Co, 

Wilson Mill and Lumber Co, 

F-denton Peanut Co, 

Durham Coca-Cola Bottling Co, 

Snider Roller Mill Co, 

Lexington Grocery Co, 

J. K. Patterson & Co 

Eastern Carolina Fair 

Chadbourn Fruit and Prodi 

Magnolia Furniture Co 

Cooleemee Drug Co, 

Rocky Mount Hosiery d 

Wofford-Terrell Co, 

Hickory Spinning Co. 

Bugg Hotel Co 

Cotton Ginning Co, 

McCrary Furniture Co, 

Dover Lumber Co, 

Burke Farmers Union Warehouse Co, 

Cumberland Produce Exchange Co, 

Wall & Huske Co, 

Enterprise Brick and Tile Co. 

Bennett Real Estate and Insurance Co 

Commercial Realty Co. 

Clark Warehouse C 

H. E. Wilkinson C 

Mebane Tobacco Warehouse Co, 

Moore & Connor Co 

Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co. 



Document N^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS— cond'nuerf. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


October, 1918. 
Elm Citv Lumber Co 


t 262.83 
36.68 
2.37 
14.20 
7.81 
290. 71 


i 44.42 
6.20 
.40 
2.40 
1.32 
49.13 


$ 20.00 

10.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
100.00 
5.00 
5.00 
240.00 
5.00 
9.40 
S.OO 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.96 

11.60 

■ 5.00 

8.05 

5.00 

29.08 
5.00 
6.62 

20.00 

356.40 

5.00 

21.60 
178.70 

20.00 
5.00 

18.00 


S 327.25 
52.88 
7.77 
22.60 
14.13 
344.84 
5.00 


Standard Insurance and Realty Co 

Southeastern Land and Improvement Co. 
Powell .Supply Co 






Madison Light and Power Co. . 


Crowcll Auto Co.... 






C. S. HoUisterCo 








Sylva Tanning Co '. 








Scofield Engineering Co 








Star Piano Co 








Mays Accounting Machine Co. . 
















Owens Drug Co _ 








Luten Bridge Co 






















S.OO 


American Agricultural Chemical Co. . 






Anthony Brothers 








Buckeye Cotton Oil Co . 








Wm. J. Burns Inter. Detective Agency . _ 








Todd Protectograph Co.... 
























Jewel Tea Co 
















Durham Hotel Corporation 
















Carolina Cut Stone Co 








Fairfield Canal and Turnpike Co 






21.60 










Armour Fertilizer Works 






20 00 


Fidelity Securities Co 














18 OO 


Cherokee Roller Mills... 


8.64 
11.83 
42.60 
68.40 
28.25 
23.67 
1.18 
.47 
1.18 
1.18 
2.37 
210.30 
28.40 
10.47 
8.28 
4.73 
.71 
11.83 
11.83 


1.46 
2.00 
7.20 
11.56 
4.77 
4.00 
.20 
.08 
.20 
.20 
.40 
35.54 
4.80 
1.78 
1.40 
.80 
.12 
2.00 
2.00 




Swain Development Cp 




13.83 






49.80 


Owens Drug Co 










33.02 


C. S. HoUister Co 






Asheville Auditorium. 


S.OO 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 
5.00 
68.74 
6.00 
7.56 
5.00 
5.00 








Carolina Amusement and Invest. Co 

Strand Amusement Co 


6.38 


Galax Theater, Inc 


7 77 


Cade Mfg. Co. .. 




Asheville Pepsi-Cola Co. . 


39 20 


Hickory Land and Development Co 


19.81 


Thomasville Realtv and Trust Co.- - . 






.83 






13.83 


Dover Supply Co 


5.00 


18.83 



1919] 



Document N^o. 5 



87 



Statement D — Contintied. 



rORPOBATioNa — continued. 



October. 1918. 

Main St. Pharmacy 

Runnymede Mills 

W. M. Newton Co 

Valdese Mfg. Co..... 

Gilmer Bros. Co 

Badin Supply Co 

Indian Woods Corporation 

Horne-Johnston Co 

Budd-Piper Roofinii Co 

Host & Newton Grocery Co 

Farmers Storage Co 

GroverGinCo 

Carolina Banding Machine Co.. 

Durham Cigar Store Co 

Smith-Phillips Lumber Co 

Piedmont Development Co 

Burgrahaw Company 

^lutual Grocery Co 

Standard Grocery Co 

Orinoco Supply Co.... 

Alcocke & Henry Co 

Phillips Lumber Co 

Collettsville Hosiery Co.... 

Peoples Auto and Supply Co... 

Durham Lumber Co 

Durham Pepsi-Cola Co 



Ho 



Cahill Box Co 

Leonard-Dillon Co.. 
Fogle Brothers Co... 
Tarro Chemical Co.. 



J. P. Wils. 



[Co.. 



Newberlin Lumber Co 

Parrish Dry Goods Co 

Chemical Lime Co 

Bradham Drug Co 

Brush Creek Bending Co 

Fairview Supply Co 

Moretz-Whitner Clothing Co... 

Gibson Mfg. Co 

Norcott Mills Co 

Merchants Warehouse Co 

Fork Milling Co 

Lee Veneer Co 

Tucker-Ward Hardware Co 

Hart Cotton Mills 

Kannapolis Cash Store _ 

Chatham Knitting Mills 

Corcoran Chemical Co 

Laniljc Mfg. Co. 

Carohna Power and Light Co.. 

Yadkin River Power Co 

Interstate Cooperage Co 

Southern Moline Co 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



23.67 
177.50 
23.67 
236.67 
355.00 
65.91 

5.86 
31.37 
16.57 

7.10 
24.63 

4.26 

4.73 
28.40 
64.49 

9.47 

2.37 

1. 
23.67 
183.14 
94.67 
17.75 
13.49 
10.30 
89.93 
13.25 
15.38 
12.12 
12.74 
268.89 

1.18 
14.22 
30.22 

7.10 

4.97 
20.42 

5.92 

5.28 

18.93 

1.089.44 

473.33 

30.77 

5.92 
18.93 
17.04 
238.32 

1.60 

165.67 

.24 

4.73 



4.00 
30.00 
4.00 
40.00 
60.00 
11.14 
.99 
5.30 
2.80 
1.20 
4.16 



4.00 
30.95 
16.00 
3.00 
2.28 
1.74 
15.20 
2.24 
2.60 
2.05 
2.15 
45.45 
.20 
2.40 
S.IO 



3.45 
1.00 

.89 
3.20 
184.13 
80.00 
6.20 
1.00 
3.20 
2.88 
40.28 
.27 
28.00 



48.00 
5.00 

40.00 
120.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
9.60 
5.00 
6.0O 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

24.48 

20.00 
5.00 
6.72 
5.00 

15.20 
5.00 
5.00 
5.0O 
5.00 

38.40 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
6.40 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
200.00 

76.66 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 

60.00 
5.00 

20.00 

6.00 

6.00 

2,655.84 

1,863.00 

26.62 
6.00 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS— CO 


nlinued. 








General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


October, 1918. 
.\merican Bridge Co 


s 




t 5.00 
16.24 
5.00 
5.00 
70.00 
40.00 
30.00 
5.88 
5.00 
17.77 
5.60 
5.00 
5.00 
10.19 
8.00 

237.78 

133.20 
5.00 

78.04 
5.80 
5.44 
5.00 
5.00 

25.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 

17.22 
5.00 
5.00 
171.60 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

66.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 

12.00 
5.00 
7.20 
5.00 

10.00 




National Cash Register Co.. 














5 00 










Pearl Cotton Mills 








Branning Mfg. Co 








Louise Knitting Mills 








W. H. Murray Co 






















17 77 
















S.OO 


U. S. Mortgage and Trust Co. . 






5.00 








10.19 


E. A. Poe Brick Co.. 






8.00 


National Biscuit Co 






237.78 


VVinston-Salem Gas Co. . 






133.20 




.71 
295.83 
16.57 
22.48 
15.38 
23.67 
94.67 

8.76 

18.93 

64.49 

.24 

5.92 
11.51 
21.30 
24.34 

2.37 
23.67 
37.16 

7.10 
203.77 

4.73 

4.26 
591.67 

6.63 
14.20 

2.37 
10.65 
^106.50 
23.67 
14.20 
11.83 
35.50 

6.48 

7.10 
18.93 

4.02 
59.17 


.12 

50.00 
2. SO 
3.80 
2.60 
4.00 

16.00 
1.48 
3.20 

10.90 
.04 
1.00 
1.95 
3.60 
4.11 
.40 
4.00 
6.28 
1.20 

34.44 
.80 

100.00 
1.12 
2.40 
.40 
1.80 

18.00 
4.00 
2.40 
2.00 
6.00 
1.10 
1.20 
3.20 
.68 

10.00 


5.83 




423.87 


High Point Machine Works . 


25.17 


Felder-Briggs Co 

Conrad Hardware Co 

Smithdcal Realty and Insurance Co 


31.72 
22.98 
32.67 
135.67 




15. 24 


J. L. Suttle Co 


27.13 
81.39 


Kurfees Cinder Def. Co 

Durham Novelty Co. 


5.28 
11.92 


Guilford Motor Car Co... 


19.46 
29.90 


Cunningham Brick Co. - 


33.45 




7.77 




32.67 


Dobson-Sills .Shoe Co.. 


49.44 




13.30 




255.43 




10.53 




9.98 


French Broad Mfg. Co 


863.27 


Citizens Real Estate and Insurance Co 


15.75 
21.00 


T Hok»-Laird Co. 


7.77 


Cook-Mitchell Co 


17.45 


Taylor Fisheries Co., Inc ; 


180.50 
32.07 




21.60 


Grove Park Motor Car Co._ 


18.83 
46.50 




19.53 


Wright-Tvack Shoe Co. 


13.30 




29.33 


A L. Bowen Co. 


9.70 


Grove Park Inn Co.. Inc 


79.17 



1919] 



Document 'No. 5 



89 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise ! 


Total 


October. 1918. 
N. D. .Sullivan Co - 


$ 71.00 
82.83 
3.79 
4.26 
1.54 
21.43 
449.67 
3.55 



t 12.00 
14.00 

.64 
.72 
.26 
3.62 
76.00 
.60 


S 30.00 8 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 , 
5.00 
9.52 
71.68 
5.00 
8.00 
12.00 
35.00 , 
60.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
40.00 
244.00 
1,(W0.62 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
100.00 
12.06 
5.00 


113.00 
106.83 




9.43 


Cerro Gordo Warehouse Co _ 


9.98 
6.80 




34.57 


Brown Mfg. Co 

Standard Hardware Co... 


.'597.35 
9.15 
8.00 






12.00 






35.00 


Concord & Kannapolis Co 






00.00 
5.00 








5.00 


Clareinont Hosiery Mill 






5.00 
8.00 








40.00 


Potter Farms Co.. Inc 






214.00 
l,01U.li2 


Norfolk Southern Drainage Co 






10.00 
5.00 


Cudahy Paokina Co 

Wiseman Mines Corporation 

Wm. M. Lloyd Co 






5.00 
UIO.OO 
12.96 








5.00 


E. H. Lutz & Co --. 


4.26 
4.26 
71.00 
56.54 
47.33 
12.54 
153.83 
17.99 
7.99 
5.87 
23.67 
436.90 


.72 
.72 
12.00 
9.56 
8.00 
2.12 
26.00 
3.04 
1.35 
.99 
4.00 
73.84 


4.98 


Southern Upholstering Co 

Gate City Life and Health Insurance Co.. 

Banner Hosiery Mills 

Greensboro News Co 


4.98 
83.00 


5.00 
11.96 
5.00 
12.80 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
114.68 
315.64 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
204.00 
5.00 
5.00 
80.00 
60.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
9.60 
20.00 


71.10 

07.29 
19.66 


Clyde Cotton Mills. Inc. 


192.63 


H. B. Wilkinson Co 


26.03 




14.34 




11.86 


Alma Furniture Co...._ 


32.67 
625.42 




315.64 








5.00 


Yadkin Bridpe Co. 






5.00 








5.00 








204.00 








5.00 


North Kast River Lumber Co _ 

Ozark Milla 


27.34 
710.00 
473.33 
16.57 
9.47 
4.73 
2.37 
23.90 
20.06 
56.80 
33.13 


4.62 

120.00 

80.00 

. 2.80 

1.60 

.80 

.40 

4.04 

3.39 

9.60 

6.60 


.■if). 96 
910.00 


Avon Mills Co. 


633. 33 




24.37 




16.07 


Phil U. Carlton Co., Inc 


10.53 


Mill DeviccaCo 

W. C. Bradsher Tobacco Co 


7.77 
32.94 
33.45 


Waldensian Hosiery Mills Co 


76.00 


C. B. Chatham Co 


58.73 



90 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



October, 1918. 



Tuscarora Cotton Mills 

Denton Shooting Club 

High Point Buggy Co 

Marler-Dal tou-Gilmore Co 

Beaufort Fish Scrap and Oil Co 

Miles-Nicholson Lumber Co 

Gibsonville Hardware Co 

Thomasville Spoke Works Co 

Belk-Stevens Co 

Commonwealth Hosiery Mills Co 

Frank C. Brown Sons Co.. 

Oxford Buggy Co 

New Bern Flue Cleaner Co 

Hammer Lumber Co 

McKeel Lumber Co 

Clarks Lumber Co 

Rominger Furniture Co 

Universal Garage Co 

Fayetteville Insurance and Realty Co. 

Oxford Cotton Mills 

Robcrson-Ruffin Co 

Edwards & Hyde Co 

Pine Burr Park Co 

Home Co _. 

Everett-WoodardCo.... 

Chestnut Ridge Park Co 

Clara Mfg. Co 

Armstrong Cotton Mills 

Mutual Cotton Mills Co 

Seminole Cotton Mills Co 

Dunn Mfg. Co 

Piedmont Spinning Mills Co 

Rex Spinning Mills Co 

Storage Supply Co 

Blue Pearl Granite Co 

Carolina Bottling Co 



iS-Ca 



iCo.. 



Cocker Machine and Foundry Co.. 

American Hotel Co... 

Dorothy Mfg. Co 

Phoenix Store Co.. 

Phoenix Mills Co 

Jos. McConnaughey Co 

Pritchard. Bright & Co 

Norwood-Pickard Co 

Smith Mfg. Co 

Catawba Store Co 

Blair-Haskins Co 



High Point Casket Co.... 

Money-Hammer Co 

Fayetteville Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. 

Hobbsville Horse Exchange 

Shawboro Mfg. Co 



30.77 

153.83 

1.18 

27.22 

118. .32 

142.00 

9.47 

12.07 

11.83 

59.17 

35.50 

9.47 

97.03 

2.37 

132.06 

30.34 

81.89 

33.71 

21.30 

12.96 

582. 78 

65.63 

9.47 

22.36 

32.55 

16.57 

14.20 

544.33 

307.67 

347.05 

504.75 

454.40 

148.58 

474.52 

130.17 

7.10 

21.30 

17.75 

28.40 

3.55 

142.00 

7.57 

307. 67 

7.10 

47.33 



10.65 
6.21 
7.69 
3.67 
2.60 

12.49 
4.73 
7.10 



5.20 

26.00 

.20 

4.60 

20.00 

24.00 

1.60 

2.04 

2.00 

10.00 

6.00 

1.60 

16.40 

.40 

22.32 

5.13 

13.84 

5.70 

3.60 

2.19 

98.50 

11.09 

1.60 

3.78 

5.50 

2.80 

2.40 

92.00 

52.00 

58.66 

85.31 

76.80 

25.11 

80.20 

22.00 

1.20 

3.60 

3.00 

4.83 

.60 

24.00 

1.28 

52.00 

1.20 

8.00 



5.00 

5.00 

8.80 

13.20 

14.00 

5.00 

23.56 

5.00 

47.40 

8.96 

16.00 

7.20 

5.00 

6.04 

70.00 

8.00 

5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

12.00 

80.00 

52.00 

65.76 

90.40 

80.00 

20.00 

80.32 

27.48 

17.60 

5.00 

5.00 

8.00 

5.00 

14.80 

5.00 

80.00 

5.00 



5.00 
8.40 
5.00 
5.00 
6.32 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



19191 



Document Xo. 5 



91 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



October, 1918. 
Pegrani-Watson Hardware Co... 

Carrington-Rogers Co 

Tom N. Clark Co 

Durham Life Insurance Co 

\\. H. Fisher Co 

Hanes Chair and Table Co 

Southern Feed and Grocery Co.. 

Evergreen Lumber Co 

J. F. White Co ...- 

Oxford Ire Co 

American Sugar Refining Co 

General Fire Extirguisher Co... 

Stanly Development Co — 

Forsyth Mfg. Co 

High Point Buggy Co.... 

Council Tool Co 

Orren-Williams-Weddell Corporation., 

General Electric Co 

Fisk Rubber Company of New York. 

Deal Tanning Co.... 

Marler-Dalton-Gilmer Co.. 

Pullman Co 

Runnymede Mills, Xo. 2 

Maxwell & Pugh Co 

Wilson & Co.... 

Taylor-Cannady Buggy Co 

Warrenton Electric Light Co 

Forsyth Iron Bed Co 

Cude Furniture Co 

Forsyth Dining-room Furniture Co 

Alpine Cotton MilL-^ 

Granville Loan and Insurance Co 

J. S. HaU Drug Co 

Rowland Lumber Co 

Jones & Gentry Co _ 

Ray-Barljee Co 

Burch-German Co 

Kendrick Mercantile Co 

High Point Hardware Co 

M. J. Boling Lumber Co 

Carolina Paper Box Co.. 

Twin City Coflee Co 

Ga.stonia Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

High Point Glass and Decorating Co.. 

Piedmont .Securities Co 

Michael & Bivens Co 

Osborne-Brown Co 

Gastonia Transfer Co.. 

Globe Parlor Furniture Co 

Consolidated Storage Warehouse.- 

Gaston Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

Atlas Mfg Co 

Huss Mfg. Co 

Huffinc Hotel Co 




5,47 
59.17 

37.16 
662. 66 



5.92 



20.12 
16.57 
31.17 

2.96 
35.50 

7.10 
28.40 

4.73 
35.50 
14.20 I 
18.36 

7.10 
37.04 

9.47 
11.83 
101,50 
118,33 
28,40 



1.00 

160.00 

3.60 



6.00 
1,20 
4.80 
,80 
6.00 
2.40 
3,10 
1.20 
6.26 
1.60 
2.00 
17.15 
20.00 
4,80 



20.00 

60.00 
5.00 
5.00 
200.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 

11.20 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
9.54 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
12,52 
6.32 
5.00 
23.20 
14.04 
5,00 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


PensionB 


1 

1 Franchise 


Total 


October, 1918. 
Jones & Frazier Co __. 


$ 17.75 

295.83 

58.02 

87.30 

127.80 

120.57 

102.48 

461.50 

9.47 

1,627.08 

36.47 

38.16 

923.00 

17.0t 

21.30 

28.39 

13.49 

5.92 

82.83 

3.55 

7.10 

23.67 

4.73 

35.50 

47.57 


$ 3.00 
50.00 
9.81 
14.75 
21.60 
20.38 
17.32 
78.00 
1.60 
275.00 
6.16 
6.45 
156.00 
2.88 
3.60 
4.80 
2.28 
1.00 
14.00 
.60 
1.20 
4.00 
.80 
6.00 
8.04 


$ 5.00 
99.20 
60.00 
57.68 
50.00 
20.00 
26.32 
90.00 
5.00 


$ 25.75 


Union Cotton Mills Co.. 


i 445.03 




127.83 


Buena Vista Co. 


159. 73 


Howell Mfg. Co... 




Tuckasegee Mfg. Co 


160.95 


Cherryville Mfg. Co. . 


146.12 




629.50 


Gaston Farmers Union Warehouse Co 


16.07 
1,902.08 




11.20 
8.60 
142.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
30.00 
.53.88 
70.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
100.00 
5.00 


53.83 




53.21 


High Shoals Co 


1,221.00 




24.92 




30.90 




38.19 


Mount Holly Hardware and Furniture Co. 


20.77 
11.92 


Shuford Co 


101.83 




9.15 




13.30 


Pridgen & Jones Co 


33.67 


High Point Warehouse and Storage Co.... 


10.53 
46.50 




75.61 


Forsyth Chair Co.. 


30.00 








53.88 








70.00 


W. W. Walsh & Co 






5.00 








5.00 








S.OO 








S.OO 


A. M. .Smvre Mfg. Co.. 






100.00 


New Berlin Trading Co 






5.00 




11.83 

.95 

2.37 

17.16 

2.01 

14.01 

11.83 

11.83 

3.79 

.24 

.47 

16.57 

2.37 

60.47 

156.72 

257.33 

133.83 

9.47 

8.28 

61.29 


2.00 

.16 

.40 

2.90 

.34 

2.38 

2.00 

2.00 

.64 

.04 

.08 

2.80 

.40 

10.22 

26.49 

43.49 

22.62 

1.60 

1.40 

10.36 


13.83 






1.11 






2.77 






20.06 






2.35 






16.42 


Farris Publishing Co 




13.83 


Gardner-Hill Mining Co 




13.83 






4.43 






.28 






.55 


King-Cola Bottling Co 




19.37 






2.77 






70.69 






183.21 






300.82 






156.45 






11.07 


Gibsonville Telephone Co. 




9.68 


Chatham Lumber Co ...' 




71.65 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



93 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 




October, 1918. 

I.oxingfnn Hardware Co 

Asheville Supply and Foundry Co 

Park Square Book Co 

Asheville Country Club 

Motor Co 

Pinetops Sash and Blind Co 

Greensboro Motor Car Co 

Southport Fish Scrap and Oil Co 

Thompson- West Co 

Concord Furniture Co 

J. R. Lewis Co 

Kendrick Brick and Tile Co 

Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co 

Guilford Hardware Co 

J. Elwood Cox Mfg. Co 

T. D. Tyack Co 

Brookford Mills Co 

Carolina Warehouse Co 

Hudson Grocery Co 

Electric Service Co 

Merchants and Farmers Warehouse Co.. 

Rutledee-Thompson Co 

Denton Chair Co 

Patten Package Co 



LevinsonCo 

B. G. Cowrer & Son 

Neptune Fisheries Co 

Huske Hardware House Co 

The J. N. Davis Co 

Edenton Cotton Mills , 

Art Furniture and Realty Co 

Snider & Fletcher Co 

Greensboro Grocery Co 

Creedmoor Supply Co 

D. E. Harllee Co 

Clay Mfg. Co 

City Motor Co 

Bludwine Bottling Co 

Newton Cotton Mills Co 

Dickey-Campbell & Co 

Durham Realty and Insurance Co 

The Pintsch Compressing Co 

B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co.... 

Light House Club of Currituck County... 

Carolina Mills Co 

Gooch-Bobbitt Co 

Ritchie Hardware Co 

Beaufort Insurance and Realty Co 

Beaufort Ice Co 

G. W. Howe Co 

Carolina Mfg. Co 

Banks-Richardson Co 

Concord Insurance and Heal Estate Co.... 
Wagoner Realty Co _ 



38.02 
131.82 
22.48 
60.73 
118.33 

8.99 
28.40 
71.00 
23.67 

7.10 I 

4.73 
22.74 
295. &3 
2.'). 90 
28.40 
35 .50 
414.17 
24.74 

6.92 
16.57 

7.10 

9.79 

9.47 
45.52 
18.64 

7.57 
127.80 
94.67 
28.64 
532.50 

3.55 
28.75 

3.40 

22.19 

.47 

7.10 
10.65 



6.43 1 S 




22.28 , 




3.80 1 




10.27 


20.00 I 


14.00 


1.52 


5.00 


4. SO 


5.00 


12.00 


10.80 


4.00 


5.00 


1.20 


5.00 


.SO 


5.00 



3.84 
50.00 
4.38 



70.00 
4. IS 
1.00 
2. SO 
1.20 
1.65 
1.60 
7.69 
3.15 
1.2S 

21.00 

16.00 , 
4.84 

90.00 
.60 
4.86 



1.20 
1.80 
1.00 



28.10 1 


4. SO 


24.85 


4.20 


4.73 


.80 


94.67 


16.00 


1.42 


.24 


17.75 


3.00 


15.62 


2.64 


14.20 


2.40 


11.83 1 


2.00 


7.10 1 


1.20 


7. 69 1 


1.30 



80.00 
5.72 

20.00 

10.00 
140.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
9.60 
5.00 
5. on 

39.72 

20.00 
5.64 

60.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 j 
5.00 I 
5.00 j 

53.20 I 
240.00 

20.00 I 
5.0C I 
5.00 



8.00 
5.00 
20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 ' 
5.00 I 
5.00 
5.00 



44.45 

154. 10 
26.28 
71.00 

152.33 
15.51 
38.20 
99.80 
32.67 
13.30 
10.53 
31.58 

425.83 
36.00 
53.20 
51.50 

624.17 
33.92 
11.92 
24.37 
13.30 
16.44 
16.07 
62.81 
26.79 
13.85 

189.12 

ISO. 67 
39.12 

682.50 
9.15 
43.61 
8.97 
30.94 
5.55 
13.30 
17.45 
11.92 
53.20 

240.00 
20.00 
6.00 
5.00 
33.20 
37.05 
10.53 

120.67 
6.66 
25.75 
23.26 
21.60 
18.83 
13.30 
13.99 



94 



Document N"o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



October, 1918. 

Wagoner Lumber Co __ 

Haywood Realty Co .__ _ _ 

The Burkett Co.. 

Advocate Publishing Co.. 

Guilford Warehouse Grocery Co 

J. D. Dawson Co 

McKethan Land Co 

Creedmoor Warehouse Co 

Melville Mfg. Co 

National Realty Co 

Star Publishing Co 

N. C. Lumber Co 

Greensboro Warehouse and Storage Co. - . 

Virginia Bridge and Iron Co 

Virginia-Carolina Farms Co 

Smithport Extract Co 

Armour & Co 

Atlas Powder Co 

General Cigar Co — 

HoUton Corporation Co 

Meadows Co 

J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co 

Edward R. Ladwe Co 

Charles M. Stieff Co., Inc 

Lexington Motor Co 

Clark Brick and Tile Co 

Lenoir Furniture Corporation 

High Point Bending Chair Co 

Siler C ty Hosiery Mills Co 

Siler City Milling Co 

Brown & Williamson Tobacco Co 

S. B. Parker Co.. 

Atlantic Humus Co 

J. H. Carter Warehou.se Co 

Vanceboro Tobacco Warehouse Co 

Vanceboro Real Est. and Development Co 

Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co... 

Gates .Supply Co '. 

Carolina Farm Co 

P. Stowe Co ■. ..*. 

NeillCo .: 

Hickory Novelty Co 

Greensboro Pe.osi-Cola Co 

Harden Mfg. Co 

Taylorsville Milling Co .'. 

Newton Auto Co 

Morrow-ebb Cotton Mills Co 

Modena Cotton Mills 

Klison Hosiery Mill Co 

Denny Roll and Panel Co 

National Starch Co 

Elk Mountain Brick Co.. 



23.67 
86.97 
14.20 
4.73 
9.47 
37.87 
2.37 
7.81 
183.89 
71.00 
14.20 
281.37 



11.83 
16.57 
130.17 
37.87 
28.40 
11.83 
473.33 
18.87 
4.73 
7.10 
5.33 
3.48 
6.51 
18.93 
17.30 
5.92 
9.47 
9.47 
23.67 
201.00 
8.64 
13.96 
359.73 
582.98 
11.20 



Trio Mu 



^Co.. 



4.00 
14.70 

2.40 
.80 

1.60 

6.40 
.40 

1.32 
31.08 j 
12.00 

2.40 I 
47.56 i 



22.00 i 
6.40 1 
4.80 I 
2.00 

80.00 
3.19 



.90 
.59 , 
1.10 ! 
3.20 I 
2.92 
1.00 j 
1.60 
1.60 I 
4.00 
33.97 [ 
1.46 ; 
2.36 1 
60.80 
98.53 
2.40 I 



16.00 
24.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
63.60 
20.00 
5.00 
24.00 
20.00 
19.44 
117.74 
42.61 
396.00 
5.00 
5.00 
115.92 
5.00 
5.00 
18.48 
17.58 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
187.84 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.40 
30.00 
5.00 
5.00 
40.00 
74.40 
5.00 
5.00 j 
5.00 I 
14.40 j 
5.00 



Runnymede Mills, No 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 



COBPORA.TION8 — continued 




October, 1918. 

■ Knitting MUIs t 

Newberlin Trading Co 

W. W. Walsh & Co 

Oakland Lumber Co 

Durham Vehicle and Harness Co 

T. P. Rankin Co 

R. B. Crawford & Co.. 

Pearl Drug Co 

Thomas & Howard Co 

High Motor Co 

New Bern General Hospital 

James H. Clark & Co..__ 

Osage Mfg. Co .._ 

Nims Mfg. Co 

Gastonia Ice and Coal Co 

The Efird Co 

Woodlawn Mfg. Co 

M. A. Teague Co 

Mount Holly Development Co 

Adrian Mfg. Co 

Imperial Yarn Mills Co 

Norwood-Pickard Co 

Tabor Drug Co 

Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Co 

Shelby Cotton Mills 

J. W. Smitherraan Co 

G. Ober <t Sons Co 

Asheville Country Club 

Sherrod-Johnston Co 

A. W. Vickory Co 

Barron G Collier, Inc 

Southern Land Sales Corporation 

Hardware Store Co 

Montvale Lumber Co - 

E. H. Lull & Co 

Shackelford-O'Neal Co - 

Ricks-liryan Co 

Fayetteville Infirmary Co 

Franklin Co. Farmers Union Whse. Co. 

Tyner .Mercantile Cn 

Washington Warehouse Co 

White-Wood Co 

Vincent-Bounds Co 

Ferebcf; & Young Co 

Wells D. Tillery Co 

Welilon Furniture Co 

Wcldon Lumber Co 

Forsyth Development Co 

Ilanes Hosiery Mills 

Virginia-Carolina Furniture Co.. 

Weldon Ginning Co 

Paragon Gro*-pry Co 

E. T. Whitehi:i.l Co 

Lewistun -Drug Co 



% 


177.50 


S 30.00 




5.21 


.88 




1.18 


.20 




23.67 


4.00 




11.83 


2.00 




9.47 


1.60 




14.20 


2.40 




16.57 


2.80 




142.00 


24.00 




13.48 


2.28 




11.83 


2.00 




15.38 


2.60 




254.30 


42.98 




200.33 


44.00 




23.67 


4.10 




35.50 


6.00 




295.83 


50.00 




2.37 


.40 




1.(19 


.34 




591.67 


100.00 




726.93 


122.86 




5.68 


.96 




6.66 


1.13 




3.55 


.60 




355.00 


60.00 




17.75 


3.00 



26.03 
14.20 
11.83 
17.75 
11.83 
27.88 

9.58 
19.15 
72.25 
568.27 

2.37 
191.70 

7.10 

5.92 
20.12 
17.75 

3.55 



.04 
1.40 
4.40 
2.40 
2.00 
3.00 I 
2.00 I 
4.71 
1.62 
3.24 ' 
12.21 
96.05 
.40 
32.40 
1.20 
1.00 
3.40 
3.00 



10.00 I 
5.00 j 
5.00 ] 
5.00 
5.00 1 

16.80 I 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 j 
118.64 j 

40.00 j 
6.40 
8.00 

50.00 
5.00 
5.00 

90.00 

80.00 1 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

60.00 i 
5.68 

51.04 

23.64 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.49 
5.00 



6.00 
8.00 
5.00 
6.10 
5.011 
5.00 

24.00 
5.00 

64.81 
5.0(1 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



1.38 

37.67 

18.83 

16.07 

21.60 

24.37 

182.80 

20.76 

18.83 

22.98 

415.92 

344.33 

34.17 

49.50 

.395.83 

7.77 

7.33 

781.67 

929. 79 

11.64 

12.79 

9.15 

475.00 

20.43 

51.04 

23.64 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.49 

5.00 



SO. 43 
16.60 
IS. S3 



S<J. 16 

CSS. 32 



288.94 

i:!.:;0 

11.92 
28.52 
25.75 
9.15 



96 



Document N"o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


OrtobBr, 1918. 
Montcalm Land Co ._ 


$ 18.09 
25.24 
15.38 
138.76 
14.20 
18.17 
4.73 


t 3.06 

4.27 
2.60 
23.45 
2.40 
3.06 
.80 


t 7.20 
5.90 
5.00 
36.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
140.00 
6.72 


t 28.35 
35.41 


Rogers. Harris & Co __.. 

Trinity Land Co ' 


22.98 


Farmers Milling Co 

W. H. MacNair Drug Co. . 


21.60 






Elk Park Electric Light Co. 




United i?tates Tire Co. ... 






5 00 


Chatham Mfg. Co 














6.72 


Newport Mfg. Co... _.. 


29.58 

140.49 

193.12 

23.67 

236.67 

591. 67 

11.83 

4.73 

67.66 

5,206.65 

14.20 

82.83 

15.62 

5.92 

1.66 

20.00 

8.28 

31.24 

1.18 

41.65 

96.62 

94.67 

4.43 

328.68 

15.38 

23.07 

37.87 

130.17 

266.30 

47.33 

42.24 

18.93 

56.80 

23.90 

9.47 

21.30 

47.33 

1.18 

64.56 

8.47 


5.00 
23.75 
32.64 
4.00 
40.00 
100.00 
2.00 
.80 
9.73 
880.00 
2.40 
14.00 
2.64 
1.00 
.28 
3.38 
1.40 
6.28 
.20 
7.04 
16.33 
16.00 
.75 
55.55 
2.60 
3.90 
6.40 
22.00 
45.00 
8.00 
7.14 
3.20 
9.60 
4.04 
1.60 
3.60 
8.00 
.20 
10.91 
1.43 


34.58 


Southern Real Estate Co... 


24.00 

39.30 
5.00 

40.00 

91.56 
fi.OO 
5.00 

13.20 

200.00 

5.00 

13.60 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.28 
5.00 
9.32 

12.00 

20.00 
6.00 

60.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 

30.86 

45.00 

11.20 
S.04 

48.12 
8.80 
5.40 
5.00 
5.80 

20.00 
5.00 

16.40 
5.00 

53.28 
5.00 
5.00 




Hotel Building Co 

Elmore-Maxwell Co.- 


265.06 




316.67 


Pomona Mills.. 

The Old North State Paper Co — . 


783.23 
18.83 


Scales Audit Co 


10.53 


Keelv Institute of North Carolina 


80.49 


Proximity Mfg. Co 

Hanes Mercantile Co.. 


6,286.65 
21.60 




23.26 


Harbor Island Hunting Lodge 

Shepards Point Land Co. . 


11.92 
6.94 


City Real Estate Co. 


28.38 




14.68 


The Makenworth Co. 


41.80 


Winston-Salem Electric Adv. Co 

Weldon Prick and Land Imp. Co 


6.38 
58.01 
124.95 


Wallace Fisheries Co 

Bounds & Ellis Co 


130.67 
10.18 
444.23 


R. G. Taylor Co 

Scotland Neck Land Co 


22.98 
32.97 


L. G. Shell Co. 


50.27 


Kearns Furniture Co 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mill 

Cotton Oil and Ginning Co 

Howard Jobbing Co 


183.03 
356.30 
66.53 
54.42 
70.25 


Southern Chair Co 

High Point Milling Co 

Mann Drug Co... 


75.20 
33.34 
16.07 
30.70 


Ivey Mfg. Co 

A. L. Bond. Inc. .. 


75.33 
6.38 




91.87 


Turnbull Cone Machine Co 


14.90 
53.28 








5.00 


West Construction Co 






5.00 



1919] 



Document Xo. 5 



97 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — coiUinufd. 



General Pensions Franchise 



October, 1918. 

Gude Furniture Co 

Glenview Land Co 

Mooresboro Cotton Oil Co 

Robinson Company 

Peoples Store Co 

Enfield Hosiery Mills 

Duplin Warehouse Co.. 

Weldon Coca-Cola Bottling Works.. 

Donnell & Medearis Co 

Jones & Peacock Co 

Markham-UogerB Co.., 

Matheson-Wills Real Estate Co 

Sergeant Mfg. Co 

Donnell Farm Co 

McNeely Company 

Gray Mfg. Co... 

Parkdale Mills.. 

Arrow Mills 

Albemarle Wholesale Grocery Co 

Scarborough Realty Co 

Fair BluSf Motor Sales Co.. 

J. E. Latham Co 

Latham-Bradshaw Cotton Co 

Cannon & Fetzer Co 

Motor Service Co 

Welch Furniture Co... 

Southern Furniture Journal Co 

Pickett Cotton Mills 

M. G. Newell Co 

Union News Co 

Durham Traction Co 

Pritchard. Bright & Co 

Phoenix Construction Co 

Bromine-.\rsenic Springs Co 

Marion Grocery Co _ 

Darnell Mercantile Co 

Locke Cotton Mills 

Standard Hardware Co 

Reo Motor Car Co 

Raeford Furniture Co 

Hoke Drug Cn 

Hoke Really. Loan and Trust Co... 

Brown Hardware Co 

High Point Hosiery Mills.. 

Highland Cotton Mills 

Piedmont Mills 

Morgan Luml>er Co 

Asheville Brick and Tile Co.. 

Howerton Drug Store Co.. 

Selma Supply Co 

Selma Cotton Mills Co 

W. S. Terrell 4 Sons 

Joncsboro Sash and Blind Co 

Paola Cotton Mills 

7— Part I — 1918 



5.92 

37.87 

19.64 ! 

9.29 

260.33 

15.62 

13.25 

35.50 

10.65 

14.20 

10.58 

23.67 

71.76 

7.10 

,005.83 

532.50 

545.87 

33.95 

8.05 

2.37 

305.11 

357.37 , 

11.83 

7.10 

59.17 

3.55 

295.83 



29.58 
6.63 i 
946.66 
35.50 
21.30 
9.94 



1.00 
6.40 
3.32 I 
1.57 
44.00 
2.64 
2.24 
6.00 I 
1.80 
2.40 I 
1.79 j 
4.00 ! 
12.13 
1.20 
170.00 
90.00 
92.26 ' 
5.74 
1.36 
.40 
85.37 i 
60.40 
2.00 



5.00 

1.12 

160.00 



17.69 


2.99 


68.34 


11.55 


166.85 


28.20 


426.00 


72.00 


118.33 


20.00 


59.17 


10.00 


23.67 


4.00 


4.73 


.80 


37.57 


6.35 


236. 67 


40.00 



14.20 
311.03 . 



2.40 
52.67 



5.00 I 
9.88 
5.00 
5.00 

40.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.10 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 

20.00 I 

5.00 

140.00 I 

80.00 
120.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
100.00 I 

74.20 
5.00 
5.00 

12.00 
5.00 

81.48 
5.00 

40.00 

200.00 

5.00 

5.00 

12.00 
9.20 
5.00 
472.64 
7.60 



5.00 
5.00 

28.20 
100.00 

lb. 00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

40.00 
5.00 
5.00 

47.00 



S.OO 
11.92 
M.15 
27.96 
15.86 

344.33 
23.26 
20.49 
46.60 
17.45 
21.60 
17.37 
35.67 

103.89 

13.30 

1,315.83 

702.50 

758. 13 
44.69 
14.41 
7.77 

690.48 

491.97 
18.83 
13.30 
81.17 
9.15 

427.31 
5.00 
40.00 

200.00 
5.00 
5.00 
12.00 
43.78 
12.75 
1.579.30 
49.10 
31.78 
16.62 
14.68 
25.68 
84.89 

223.25 

598.00 

l.')4.33 
79.17 
.32.67 
10.53 
48.92 

316.67 
13.52 
21.60 

410.60 



98 



DocniENT N( 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — Continued. 



Ociober, 1918. 

Myrtle Mills _.. I $ 

Blue Ridge Land Co 

Peerless Mfg. Co _ _ 

Belmont Real Estate Co... j 



Gambrill & Melville Mills Co 

Galena Signal Oil Co 

Durham Book and Stationery Co 

Farmers Cooperative Fertilizer Co ___ 

Salisbury pranite Corporation 

Fassifern Co., Inc _ 

American Land Co 

Todd Insurance Agency 

Statesville Cotton Oil Co 

Hoke Lumber Co 

Carolina Real Estate Co 

Stony Mountain Co _ 

Hendersonville Buggy and Wagon Co 

Lowell Cotton Mills Co 

Harness Vehicle and Supply Co - 

Stowe Brothers Co 

Vanstory Clothing Co 

Parker Paper and Twine Co 

Marshall Realty. Collecting and Ins. Co 

Lee Hardware Co 

Moffitt Bros. Iron Works 

Asheville Printing and Engraving Co 

Purdie-Hooks Co 

Loria Lumber Co 

Long Island Cotton Mills Co 

Rosemary Drug Co 

Cotton Underwood Co 

Enfield Farmers Union. _.. 

Thompson & Moseley Co 

Blue Ridge Mining and Milling Co 

Ballance-Sullivan Co 

Greensboro Storage Battery Co 

Hendersonville .\uto Co 

Hewitt Construction Co 

Palmer Lumber Co .._ 

Dundarrach Trading Co 

Reid Hardware Co 

Guarantee Co 

Real Estate Investment Co 

Ring Drug Co 

W. N. Johnston Sons Co 

R. V. Brawley Co 

Mayes Mill Co 

Sloan-Platt Hardware Co 

Electrical Thermostat Co 

Hendersonville Warehouse and Grocery Co. 

Statesville Realty and Investment Co 

Hand Clay Co 

Kinston Garage 

Sunny Side Ice and Fuel Co - - 



4.35 
355.00 



21.30 
7.34 
14.04 i 
25.26 
9.47 
946.66 
11.83 
51.90 
47.33 I 
71.00 ; 
1.77 
38.34 
38.64 ' 
3.55 
52.17 
11.83 
271.34 
16.57 
118.92 
11.48 
It. 20 
11.83 
44.97 
2.37 1 
8.16 I 
4.50 
2.37 
22.36 
33.13 
2.37 
44.21 
9.47 
48.34 
23.67 
1,599.86 
16.57 
.16 
35.50 
20.35 
11.83 
42.60 
11.83 



60.00 
1.40 



3.60 
1.24 
2.37 
4.27 
1.60 
160.00 
2.00 
8.77 



6.48 
6.53 
.60 

8.82 I 
2.00 ! 

45.86 ' 
2.80 

20.10 
1.94 ! 
2.40 
2.00 j 
7.60 I 
.40 



3.78 
5.60 

.40 
7.47 
1.60 
8.17 
4.00 
270.40 
2.80 

.03 
6.00 
3.44 
2.00 
7.20 



90.00 $ 

5.00 ' 
50.00 

5.00 
40.40 
12.00 

6.00 

5.00 

5.60 

5.00 

5.00 



5.00 
5.00 
5.60 
5.00 
100.00 
5.00 

12.00 
8.00 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 

34.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 

31.82 
5.00 
5.00 
5.20 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
7.40 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

12.20 
5.00 
270.48 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 



94.20 
10.09 
465.00 
14.68 
40.40 
12.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.60 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
24.90 
13.58 
21.41 
35. IJ 
16.07 
1,206.66 
18.83 
72.67 
63.33 
91.00 
7.07 
49.82 
55.17 
9.15 
66.99 
18.83 
351.20 
24.37 
144.02 
18.42 
21.60 
45.65 
57.57 
7.77 
14.74 
10.26 
7.77 
31.14 
46.13 
7.77 
56.68 
16.07 
68.71 
32.67 
2,140.74 
24.37 
5.19 
46.50 
28.79 
18.83 
49.80 
18.83 



1919] 



JOCTMENT 



Xo. 



99 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continufd. 



October, 1918. 

Cofield Mfg. Co 

Caswell Co 

Lane Realty Co 

Oval Oak Mfg. Co.. 

Iredell Farmers Union Warehouse Co 

Buffalo Clay Co 

Southmont Realty Co 

Jeffre.vs-Myers Mfg. Co 

Richard VV. Fowler Co 

Moseley Brick and Shingle Co 

Phillips-Boykin Drug Co.. 

Morehead City Hospital Co 

Keene Lumber Co 

Smitbfield Hardware Co _ 

Trenton Cotton Oil Co 

Coats Brick Co 

Core Sound Farms Co 

J. W. Stout & Co .... 

Forsyth Clover Huller Co 

Revolution Cotton Mills Co 

W. A. Slater Co 

Hearne Bros. & Co 

Herald Publishing Co 

Brock Electric Co 

Banner Fertilizer Co 

McLauchlin Co 

Moores\-ille Loan and Trust Co 

Mooresville Oil Mill Co 

Albion Cotton Mills Co 

Mount Holly Cotton Mills Co.. 

Benoy- Winston Co 

Atlantic Marble and Tile Co 

Minneola Mfg. Co 

Howard Nursery Co 

Job. J. .Stone & Co 

Pine Level Oil Mill Co 

Chimney Rock Co.. 

American Hardware and Equipment Co.. 

Gum Veneer and Lumber Co 

Carolina Potato Exchange 

Fidelity Cotton Warehouse Co 

Benson Loan and Insurance Co 

Parrish-Godwin Co 

French Broad Hustler 

Kinston Garage Co.. Inc 

Gypsum Fireproofing Co. _ 

Wysong & Miles Co 

Currituck Shooting Club 

Forsjth Chair Co 

E. H. Clement Co i 

Clayton Cotton Mills Co 

General Utilities Co 

Ethel Cotton Mill '. 

Litiie Cotton Mills Co 



General Pensions 



54.91 

19.64 

14.20 

9.11 

40.82 

18.93 

.35 

82.83 

11.83 

4.73 

3.79 

2.37 

3.19 

21.69 

62.07 

9.47 

5.92 

12.24 

.65 

757.33 

26.03 

63.90 

9.77 

5.92 

7.58 

169.48 

9.40 

42.59 

82.83 

71.00 

47.48 

7.10 

473.33 

.24 

69.17 

74.42 

6.20 

153.83 

6.44 

.24 

21.30 

14.20 

52.92 

4.73 



72.18 
69.17 
15.18 
614.48 
18.13 
295.83 
355.00 



9.28 
3.32 j 
2.40 
1.54 
6.90 
3.20 
.06 
14.00 j 
2.00 



1.60 
1.00 
2.06 
.11 
128.00 
4.40 

10.80 
1.65 
1.00 j 
1.28 

28.64 
1.59 I 
7.20 

14.00 

12.00 
8.02 
1.20 

80.00 I 
.04 I 

10.00 

12.58 i 
1.05 

26.00 
1.09 I 
.04 . 

3.60 I 

2.40 

8.94 



12.20 
10.00 
2.57 , 
103.86 I 
3.06 
60.00 
60.00 



10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 i 

10.04 
5.00 

19.80 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

25.12 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 i 
5.00 
119.80 
5.00 

7.20 : 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 
24.00 

5.00 

8.88 
16.00 
20.00 

8.00 

5.00 
80.00 

5.00 : 

6.00 
10.28 
5.00 
5.00 . 
5.00 I 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 



5.00 
151.23 



00.00 
60.00 



74.19 

27.96 

21.60 

15.65 

52.72 

32.17 

5.41 

116.63 

18.83 

10.53 

9.43 

7.77 

8.73 

30.36 

85.99 

16.07 

11.92 

19.30 

5.76 

1.005.13 

35.43 

81.90 

16.42 

11.92 

13.86 

222.12 

15.99 

58.67 

112.83 

103.00 

63.50 

13.30 

633.33 

5.28 

75.17 

97.28 

12.25 

184.8'! 

12.53 

.28 

34.90 

21.60 

66.86 

10.5.1 

8.00 

5.00 

151.23 

84.. 38 

69.17 

17.75 

782.30 

27.19 

405. m 

475.00 



Document r 



No. 



[ Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



COR POB ATioNB — continued. 



October, 1918. 

Bethania Stock Co I % 

Durham Notion Co - [ 

Seeman Printing Co .. 

Ormand Mining Co ..: 

Biltmore Development Co 

Citizens Supply Co _. 

Summitt Avenue Building Co i 

Southside Hardware Co 

Pegram-Wadsworth Land Co 

Patterson Store Co 

Dicks Laundry Co 

Farris Bros. Co., Inc 

Charlotte Duck Clothing Co. 

Centra! Hotel Co 

Rankin-.\rnistrong Co 

Lincoln Cooperative Creamery. 

Rhodes Mfg. Co 

John S. Blake Drug Co 

Robinson Mfg. Co..... : 

Independence Drug Co _ 

Wampum Cotton Mills Co 

Southern Hardware Co 

W. G. Jarrell Machinery Co 

Harnett Realty Co _ 

Roanoke Ice and Fuel Co 

Piedmont Meta! Roofing Co 

Sheppard Drug Co ' 

Patterson Bros. Co : 

O. P. McArthur & Co ; 

Salisbury Supply Co _ 

Liberty Cotton Mills Co.. 

Home Mfg. Co..... ; 

Williamston Cooperage Co. 

Farmers Cooperative Co 

Marion Mfg. Co _ 

Racket Store Co 

Banner Furniture Co 

Matton Drug Co ] 

Standard Underwear Mills Co. 

SteHing Mills Co., Inc - 

National Yarn Mills Co 

The Chronicle Mills Co 

Hickory Seed Co. 

Bashlius Auto Tire Shop.. 

Armature Winding and Ferrofix Brazing Co 

Elkin Land Co... 

Home Investment and Improvement Co.. 

Rex Furniture Co. - 

Charlotte Supply Co ..:.. 

Porter & Boyd Co.. 

Charlotte Leather Belting Co 

Doggett Lumber Co 

North Charlotte Realty Co.... 

Pleasant Garden Co 



17.67 


S 2.98 


S 5.00 


{ 25.65 


37.73 


6.38 


11.20 


55.31 


30.17 


5.10 


13.00 


47.27 


54.48 


9.21 


40.00 


103.69 


3.62 


.61 


5.00 


9.23 


3.55 


.60 


5.00 


9.15 


118.38 


20.01 


5.00 


143.39 


33.13 


5.60 


5.00 


43.73 


100.43 


16.97 


18.00 


1.35.40 


47.33 


8.00 


6.96 


62.29 


28.40 


4. SO 


6.36 


39.56 


5.50 


.93 


5.00 


11.43 


36.24 


6.13 


6.00 


48.37 


1.18 


.20 


5.00 


6.38 


75.73 


12.80 


6.40 


94.93 


5.92 


1.00 


5.00 


11.92 


300.57 


50.80 


75.60 


426.97 


23.67 


4.00 


5.00 


32.67 


107.45 


18.16 


18.16 


143.77 


7.10 


1.20 


5.00 


13.30 


378.67 


64.00 


64.00 


506.67 


56.67 


9.58 


5.00 


71.25 


16.09 


2.72 


5.00 


23.81 


7.10 


1.20 


5.00 


13.30 


10.65 


1.80 


5.00 


17.45 


3.88 


.66 


5.00 


9.54 


14.20 


2.40 


5.00 


21.60 


21.30 


3.60 


5.00 


29.90 


5.92 


1.00 


5.00 


11.92 


12.07 


2.04 


5.00 


19.11 


482.02 


81.47 


39.16 


602.65 


7.10 


1.20 


5.60 


13.90 


24.12 


4.07 


6.00 


34.19 


18.22 


3.08 


5.00 


26.30 


1.065.00 


180.00 


200.00 


1,445.00 


5.21 


.88 


5.00 


11.09 


21.30 


3.60 


5.20 


30.10 


7.10 


1.20 


5.00 


13.30 


20.12 


3.40 


6.00 


29.52 


94.67 


16.00 


36.60 


147.27 


704.89 


119.14 


80.80 


904.83 


422.45 


71.40 


50.00 


543.85 


6.92 


1.17 


5.00 


13.09 


1.42 


.24 


5.00 


6.66 


7.34 


1.24 


5.00 


13.58 


2.78 


.47 


19.72 


22.97 


10.38 


1.75 


5.00 


17.13 


7.10 


1.20 


5.00 


13.30 


59.17 


10.00 


10.00 


79.17 


23.67 


4.00 


10.00 


37.67 


177.60 


30.00 


26.00 


233.50 


47.33 


8.00 


5.00 


60.33 


35.50 


6.00 


20.16 


61.66 


25.25 


4.27 


6.64 


36.16 



1919] 



DoClMEiXT Xo. 5 



101 



Statement D — Continued. 



COBPOBATIOHB — Continued. 



General Pensions Franchise I Total 



October, 1918. 
Quail Roost Co 


S 22.74 

9.47 

7.10 

21.30 

27.62 

.47 

49.29 

5.44 

473.33 

7.10 

118.33 

2.37 

29.58 


i 3.84 
1.60 
1.20 
3.60 
4.67 
.08 
8.33 
.92 
80.00 
1.20 
20.00 
.40 
5.00 


$ 15.28 i 

10.40 
5.00 

11.52 
8.00 
5.00 

23.60 
5.00 

70.00 
5.00 

20.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.60 
5.00 

10.80 
5.00 

50.00 
6.00 1 


41.86 










McClung Realty Co 
















Atherton Mills 








Erwin Yarn Agency _ 

Blair & Drane. Inc , _. 

Central Storage Co. . .. 


158.33 
7.77 












S 00 


FairBeld and Elizabeth City Transp. Co. . 








Willey-Moore Hardware Co 








Star Mfg. Co 
























Latham Mills. Inc 








Hicks & Hawley, Inc 
















Totals 


$ 97,494.60 


S 16,478.96 


% 57,803.42 $ 








Ncvember, 1918. 
A. W. Vickory Co.. . 


t 4.73 

5.92 
47.38 
12.29 
473.33 
47.33 

7.10 
47.33 
30.89 
23.67 

5.16 
23.67 

5.92 
123.57 
25.09 
522.00 

3.52 
79.03 

3.55 

5.42 
39.05 
177.50 
35.50 
63.90 
47.33 
13.49 
23.67 
14.98 


t 0.80 
1.00 
8.01 
2.03 
80.00 
8.00 
1.20 
8.00 
5.22 
4.00 
.87 
4.00 
1.00 
20.89 
4.24 
88.23 
.60 
13.36 
.60 
.91 
6.60 
. 30.00 
6.00 
10.80 
8.00 
2.28 
4.00 
2.53 


1 

» ' i 


5.53 
















Piedmont Fire Insurance Co 


37.18 
5.00 
8.00 

10.60 
8.00 
5.00 

20.80 
5.00 

14.40 
5.00 

82.80 
5.00 1 

12.02 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 
5.00 
8.28 
5.00 
5 00 




Piedmont Trust Co. 








Merchants and Farmers Bonded Wbse. 

Elizabeth Realty Co 


63.33 






Myers Hardware and Sport. Goods Co 


11.03 


D. B. Hanna Co 








Hertford .Mercantile Co... . . 




Tolar, Hart & Holt Mills 
















Hyde Supply Co 








Austin-Stephenson Co 




Terrell Machine Co 








Charlotte Mfg. Co 




Electrical Supply and Equipment Co 

Eiell-Mycrs Co 


24.05 


Mill News Printing Co 


22.51 



102 



DoiTJIENT No. 5 



[ Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — Continued. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



November, 1918. 
Elba Mfg. Co t 

Winchester Electric Co 

Joyner-Jones Furniture Co 

Buraell & Dunn Co 

Pyramid Motor Co 

Scholtz, The Florist. 

Durham and Murphy Land Co.. 

Cook-Lewis Foundry Co.— 

J. W. Scott & Co 

H. H. McCoy Co.— 

Mechanics Mutual Insurance Co 

Lincoln Farmers Union Warehouse Co.. 

Mooresville Cotton Mills 

Cornelius Cotton Mills 

Cornelius Furniture Co 

Klon Cooperative Store 

Roberta, Corbett & Woodward Co 

Dixie Spindle and Flyer Co 

Proximity Mercantile Co 

Revolution Store Co 

Pennsylvania Lumber Co 

Myrtle Desk Co 

Parrot Memorial Hospital 

Hardaway-Hecht Co 

Eureka Mfg. Co 

Pinkney Mills ._ 

Person Remedy Co _ 

Edgemont Company 

Foreman-Howard Motor Co 

Southern Spindle and Flyer Co 

Gaston Brick Co 

R. E. Cochran & Co 



Mil 



Ne 



i Co- 



Chatham Lumber Co 

Pineville Drug Co -. 

United Hotel Co 

Moffatt Machinery Mfg. Co 

Central Contracting Co 

Farmers Alliance Cooperative Assn.. 

Belmont Bridge Co 

Bryson-Snyder Co.. 

North Carolina Granite Corp., 1917.. 

Summerfidd Gun Club.. 

Smith Novotoy Electric Co 

Queen City Cycle Co 

Lenoir Oil and Ice Co.— 

Acme Store Co 

Hardware and Electric Co .,. 

Candor Fruit Growing Co 

Gus Kohn Hide Co 

Marion Knitting Mill. 

Summerfield MiUing Co 

Asheville Steam Bakery 

Patters-Hill Supply Co 



379.07 

15.70 

6.63 

172.62 

10.06 

16.57 

41.78 

16.02 

235. 13 

118.33 

.35 

19.88 

1,775.00 

236.67 

1.18 

9.47 

23.55 

3.40 

118.33 

15.21 

17.75 

55.62 

27.05 

189.89 

94.67 

284.00 

7.81 

6.39 

43.82 

35.50 

28.51 

.24 

23.67 

61.29 

4.73 



1.72 

2.37 
165.67 
31.05 

9.66 
28.40 

5.89 
22.18 
17.04 j 
21.30 I 



28.00 
5.25 ! 
1.63 [ 
4.80 
1.00 I 
3.75 ! 



1.12 
29.18 [ 
1.70 



2.71 
39.74 
20.00 
.06 
3.36 
300.00 
40.00 



3.98 
.58 
20.00 
2.57 
3.00 
9.40 
4.57 
32.09 
16.00 
48.00 
1.32 ' 
1.08 
7.41 
6.00 
4.82 
.04 
4.00 
10.36 



134.24 
5.00 j 
5.00 I 

16.00 
5.00 i 
5.00 
8.00 
5.28 

25.20 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

320.00 

19.44 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

16.00 
8.00 

30.00 

16.00 

70.00 
5.00 
6.20 

10.00 
6.00 

10.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
179.60 
5.00 
5.00 

16.04 
5.00 
S.OO 
6.00 
5.00 
113.52 



5.00 
5.00 
28.00 
6.00 
S.OO 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.20 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



1919] 



l)<)(r.MKXT X(1. 5 



103 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS— continued. 



Pensions Franchis( 



November, 1918. 

Kinston Furniture Co 

Standard Table Co ]] 

Hancock House Co 

Hertford Co. Farmers Union Whse. Co. 

lillington Oil Mill Co .' 

Asheville Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

Tyson & Jones Buggy Co 

Vivian Cotton Mills 

Charlotte Electrical Repair Co 

Home Realty Co 

Presbyterian Standard Co ..., 

Model Steam Laundry Co... 

Williams & Shelton Co 

Dixie Medicine Co.. 

N. A. Bell Co !!!"]!]!]"." 

Mercantile Development Co 

North Charlotte Furniture Co 

Real Estate Trading Co... 

Proctor-Howard Co !!-!!^]]^! 

Ashe'Wlle Times Co 

C. H. Robinson & Co 

Oaklawn Cemetery 

Mill Power Supply Co .!.!... 

Union Trust and Guarantee Co ] 

Macclesfield Company 

General Paper Co 

Charlotte Fishing Club 

Statesville Cotton Oil Co ""] 

Jackson Mfg. Co 

Waccamaw Lumber Co 

North Carolina Co \ 

Carolina Potato Exchange 

P. H. Hants Knitting Co....."!.'.'."."."."."."'." 

West End Development Co 

Thomasville Hardware Co 

The John A. McKay Mfg. Co .'..' 

Brick Warehouse Co.... "!.]"!' 

Dixie Land and Investment Co 

Wiley Narron <Sr Sons Co 

Boetic Candy Co ].]." 

Dixon 4 Poole Mfg. Co ..".".!"]. 

Piedmont Sundries Co 

Merchants Exchange Co !....!.!" 

Smitherman Cotton Mills .____ 

Crawford-Burch Furniture Co 

Iredell Canning Co ....." 

Richland Lumber Co. !.!.!.!!!]. 

Alleghany Heights Co -.."."]" 

Greene Drug Co 

Chemical Construction Co 

Mount Gilead Store Co 

Carolina Brick Co 

L. A. Cobb & Co 

Wadcsboro Cotton .Mills 



10.65 
54.43 
29.58 
7.81 I 
41.95 ' 
23.67 

105.55 

118.34 
42.60 
86.15 
6.92 ! 

47.33 

213.00 
1.07 
10.65 

225.35 
2.01 
8.28 
9.47 

23.67 

22.33 

14.57 

82.83 

.71 

220.82 

4.77 



313.65 

21.30 : 

2.37 

29.04 I 

1.42 

9.70 

355.00 

29.58 

28.40 

23.67 

221.69 



1.80 

9.20 

5.00 

1.32 

7.09 

4.00 

17.84 

20.00 

7.20 

14.56 

1.00 

8.00 

36.00 

.18 

1.80 

38.09 

.34 

1.40 I 

1.60 j 

4.00 

3.77 

2.46 j 

14.00 

.12 

37.32 



.860.65 


652.51 


47.97 


8.11 


8.28 


1.40 


77.02 


13.02 


18.93 


3.20 


3.21 


.54 


18.93 


3.20 


15.38 


2.60 


76.92 


13.00 


4.73 


.80 



53.01 
3.60 



1.64 
00.00 
5.00 
4.80 
4.00 
37.47 



5.00 
18.69 ' 
5.00 
6.00 
19.70 
5.28 1 
36.00 
21.28 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
40.00 
5.00 , 
5.00 
127.20 { 
5.00 I 
5.00 
5.00 I 
14.00 
24.00 
7.84 
10.00 
5.00 
5.44 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
589.52 j 
65.32 
5.00 
770.00 i 
20.00 I 
5.00 
14.00 
8.00 I 
5.00 I 
5.00 
5.00 
5.24 
5.00 
5.00 I 
29.20 I 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 , 
6.00 
5.00 
119.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
24.16 



17.45 

82.32 
39.58 
14.13 
68.74 
32.95 
159.39 
159.62 
54.80 
105.71 
11.92 
60.33 
289.00 
6.25 
17.45 
390.64 
7.35 
14.68 
16.07 
41 67 
50.10 
24.87 
106.83 
5.83 
263.58 
10.58 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
689.62 
65.32 
5.00 
6.283.16 
76.08 
14.68 
104.04 
30.13 
8.75 
27.13 
22.98 
95.16 
10.53 
5.72 
395. 86 
29.90 
7.77 
.■(8.94 
6.60 
16.34 
5.34.00 
39.58 
4:(.20 
32.67 
2S:!.32 



104 



Doc I. \I EXT No. 5 



[yession 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATWsa— continued. 



November, 1918. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co.— ---. 

Mooresville Cooperative Creamery Co.. 

Hawley's Laboratories 

News Publishing Co.— 

Junaluska Leather Co 

Sandhill Insurance Offices 

Osceola Lake Co 

Groves-Mills Co -. 

J. L. Thompson Co 

Atkins-Barber Book Co 

Victory Mfg. Co 

Parsona-Barr Co 

Arlington Cotton Mills -.- 

Irving-Park Co 

C. C. Smoot & Sons 

Fleischniann Company -- 

Corley Co., Inc 

American Machine and Mfg. Co 

Simmons Co 

Tomlinson Chair Mfg. Co 

Smith-Wadsworth Hardware Co 

J. H. Wearn & Co 

Lowe Bros. & Co 

Southern Dye Stuff and Chemical Co. . 

Andrews Mfg. Co.. 

Carolina Baking Co 

Paramount Drug Co 

LiddellCo - 

Thomas Griffith & Co 

High Point Metallic Bed Co.- .-. 

Charlotte Chero-Cola Co.— 

American Cotton Mfg. Association 

L. A. Lockwood, Jr. Co 

Tucker & Laxton Co 

Elm Grove Cotton Mills Co 

Dilworth Lumber Co 

Wright-Huzhes Tobacco Co 

Blackwell-Bushnell Co 

Statesville House Furnishing Co 

Durham Iron Works.. 

Credit Bargain Co 

Lambeth-Baldwin-OUve Co 

Southern Audit Co 

Spruce Pine Store Co 

Sand Hill Orchard Co.. 

Taylor-Harvey Real Estate Co 

Kinston Cotton Warehouse Co 

Harvey & Son Co 

Highland Park Hotel Co 

Farm Supply Co 

E. C. Griffith Co.... 

Albion Grocery Co 

Mooresville Motor Co 



Pensions Franchise 



11.24 I 

11.83 

11.83 

47.33 

189.33 

.71 

7.45 

591.67 

IS. 93 

7.10 

414.17 

106.50 

828.33 



193.24 
189.33 
146.92 
47.33 I 

1.18 
328.92 
28.40 
21.30 
201.17 
.83 
47.30 I 
16.16 i 

.24 
28.40 
73.44 
106.50 
16.57 
118.33 
53.25 
23.67 
12.13 
2.79 
10.06 
4.02 
27.83 
7.73 
5.21 
4.73 
142.32 
82.83 
3.55 
18.93 
59.17 
8.31 



30.00 
1.90 
2.00 
2.00 ' 
8.00 I 

32.00 



100.00 
3.20 
1.20 
70.00 
18.00 
140.00 



32.66 
32.00 
24.83 



4. SO 
12.41 
18.00 



4.00 ; 

2.05 I 



4.70 
1.31 



24.05 

14.00 i 

.60 

3.20 
10.00 

1.40 



24.00 
5.00 



31.20 ! 
20.00 
5.00 I 



5.00 
5.00 
90.00 
20.00 
70.16 
40.00 
5.00 
7.20 
5.00 
160.00 
5.00 

40.00 

22,00 
5.00 
5.00 

20.00 
8.00 
5.00 

74.00 , 



5.00 
6.00 



10.00 , 

5.00 ; 

5.00 j 
5.00 j 
5.00 
5.58 1 
5.00 [ 
5.00 
20.00 
16.32 
5.00 
14.00 
12.00 
5.00 



231.50 

18.14 

18.83 

18.83 

86.53 

241.33 

5.83 

14.75 

791.67 

27.13 

13.30 

574.17 

144.50 

1,038.49 

40.00 

5.00. 

7.20 

5.00 

I6C.00 

5.00 

225.90 

261.33 

193.75 

60.33 

6.38 

404.51 

41.20 

29.90 

309. 17 

5.97 

67.30 

23.89 

5.28 

39.20 

90.85 

l.')7. 10 

24.37 

1.58.33 

67.25 

32.67 

24.18 

8.26 

16.76 

9.70 

37.53 

14.62 

11.09 

10.53 

186.37 

113. 15 

9.15 

36.13 

81.17 

14.71 



1919] 



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105 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



General Pensions 



November, 1918. 

Gem Yarn Mills 

Bellvillc Cotton Mills Co 

Gate City Drug Co 

The Smith, Jackson & Morris Co 

Poplar Tent Ginning and Improvement Co 

Piedmont Traction Co.. 

Appomattox Box Shook Co 

Daniels Roanoke River Line Co 

Columbian Peanut Co 

Rakely Realty Co 

Carolina Mineral Co _ 

Acme Warehouse Corporation 

White Track Sanding Co 

Carolina Fire Insurance Co _ 

A. M. Sm>Te Mfg. Co 

Pearl Cotton Mills Co _ 

Mount Holly Realty Co 

Nashville Grocery Co 

M. G. NeweU Co.. _]"]] 

City Laundry Co 

Mecklenburg Hotel Co 

Beach Water Co 

Hanover Iron Works Co 

East Carolina Land and Improvement Co.. 

Mecklenburg Mfg. Co 

Roanoke Fibre Co.. 

Winston-Salem Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.... 

Sharber & White Hardware Co 

Merchants Cold Storage & Comsn. Co 

W. W. Rankin Co 

Haw Mfg. Co 

Lindsay & .McMechern Lumber Co 

Indian Creek .Mfg. Co 

Mecklenburg Lumber Co 

Queen Knitting Mill Co., Inc 

Pearsall & Co 

Chapel Hill Hardware Co 

Culpepper. Griffin, Old & Grice Co. 

Major & Loomis Co 

G. R. Garrett Co.. Inc 

Thomasville Veneer and Panel Co. 

F. L. Smith Drug Co.. 

Tarboro Pep.si-Cola Bottling Co... 

Wilmington Star Co 

Troy Supply Co 

C. W. Polvogt Co ...., 

E6rd-Davi8 Co 

Howard Grocery Co 

Miller-White Co ". 

T. S. Ragsdale Co 

Council Ginning Co 

Poet Dater Stamp Co 

Rick8-AIIord-Batchel< 
Wilmington Suburban Co 



171.58 
307.67 



Co.. 



118.33 
355.00 
674.50 I 

9.88 
23.67 ' 
23.67 
47.33 
112.59 , 

2.37 j 

4.68 
79.43 : 
118.33 
201.17 
14.20 , 
47.33 
17.75 
63.55 
190.75 

5.56 
105.55 

9.47 
35.50 
236.67 
12.79 
28.40 
211.82 
106.50 
13.25 
.18.93 
16.57 
.59. 17 
10.89 
12.84 
23.67 
21.30 
15.23 
47.33 
7.57 
11.25 
98.22 
18.52 



20.00 

60.00 

114.00 

1.67 

4.00 

4.00 

8.00 

19.03 

.40 

.79 

13.42 

20.00 

34.00 

2.40 

8.00 

3.00 

10.74 

32.24 

.94 

17.84 

1.60 

6.00 

40.00 

2.16 

4.80 

35.80 

18.00 

2.24 

3.20 

2.80 

IC.OO 

1.84 

2.17 

4.00 

3.60 

2.57 

8.00 

1.28 

1.90 

16.60 

3.13 



29.00 

40.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

35.08 ' 
5.00 

38.72 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 



25.96 
5.00 
5.00 
8.80 
100.00 
50.00 
5.00 
8.40 
9.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
17.84 
5.00 
14.00 
40.00 
5.00 
6.00 
24.00 
12.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.80 
12.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
13.78 
10.00 
8.40 



229.58 

399.67 

6.38 

7.21 

13.30 

5.00 

35.08 

5.00 

38.72 

5.00 

6.00 

5.00 

5.00 

138.33 

415.00 

788.50 

11.55 

27.67 

27.67 

55.33 

157.58 

7.77 

10.47 

101.65 

238.33 

285.17 

21.60 

63.73 

29.75 

79.29 

227.99 

11.50 

141.23 

16.07 

55.50 

316.67 

19.95 

39.20 

271.62 

136.50 

20.49 

27.13 

25.17 

81.17 

17.73 

20.01 

33.67 

29.90 

22.80 

61.33 

13.85 

26.93 

124.82 

30.05 



106 



DOCUAIEIVT No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



COB FOB ATION8 — continued . 




November, 1918. 

Rhodes Clothing Co, 

Springer Coal Co 

Wilmington Cooperage Co, 

Childs-Wolfe Drug C. 

Asheville Cotton Mills C^ 

Castle-Hayne Stave Co, 

StatesvJlle Furnitxire Co 

W. H. Marler Co 

Cherokee Mfg. Co. 

Consolidated Nickel Co, 

Tuckaseigee Mining Co. 

Ashley Home Corporation 

Apartment Realty Co 

Hendersonville Development Co 

D. L. Gore Co 

City Taxicab Co, 

Hines Bros. Lumber Co, 

Schloss. Bear & Davii 

Ether Roller Mills Co 

Carolina-Florida Lumber Co, 

Elizabeth City Hosiery C' 

Granville Real Estate and Trust Co 

Charlotte Consolidated Construction Co 

Sanitary Laundry Co 

Knitwell Hosiery Mills Co 

Stem Mercantile Co, 

Whiteville Drug Co 

F. W. McKay Co. 

King Cooperative 

H. C. Maddrey C. 

Farmers Insurance and Trust Co, 

Loray Gin and Fertilizer Co, 

Gaston Mfg. Co 

Union Storage Co. 
Rocky Cross Supply Co. 

Plate Ice Co. 

Park View Hospital. 

Perfect Bottle Opener Co. 

James & James Co 

Long Shoals Cotton Mill Co, 

Francis Cotton Mills Co, 

The Palmer Force Draft Burner Co, 

Marvin-Wade Co. 

Atlantic Store Co 

Belbro Mills Co.. Inc. 

Reynola Farm Co. 

Orange Trust Co.. 

A. A. Klutz Co.— 

Holland Bros. Co. 

VanolaCo , 

AJbemarle Motor Co 
Farmers Ginning and Produce Co, 
Charlotte Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. 
The Ben Vonde Co ., 



1.50 


9.60 


47.52 


39.60 


49.64 


52.16 


.40 


5.00 


6.89 


5.00 


2.00 


5.00 


7.35 


25.32 


4.00 


5.00 


2.80 


5.00 


4.80 


5.00 


5.34 


5.00 


6.00 


169.80 


.41 


6.00 


12.00 


5.00 


6.00 


5.00 


2.04 


5.00 



584.17 
33.09 
13.30 
16.07 
67.33 
5.55 
19.97 
368.31 
395.50 
7.77 
45.76 
18.83 
76.13 



24.37 
38.20 



211.30 
7.81 



46.50 
18.11 



1919J 



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107 



Statement D — Continued. 



COBPOKATI0N8 — continuid. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



November, 1918. 

Pounds-Moser Co 

Rotky Mount Mills Co 

Rocky Mount Sanatorium Co 

Astyptodyne Chemical Co 

Manhattan Co 

Wilmington Compress and Warehouse Co.. 

C. W. Stevens Co..... 

Waynesville Hardware Co 

E. H. & J. A. Meadows Co 

Sanitary Engineering Co 

Producers and Consumers Exchange Co... 

City Laundry Co 

J. P. Taylor Co 

Woodfin Home Realty Co 

Tripple City Realty Co 

Home Investment Co 

Pearl Ginning Co.. 

Carteret Lumber Co 

Entwistle Mfg. Co 

Pee Dee Mfg. Co 

Tryon Hosiery Co _ 

Kessawayne Lumber Co 

DUUng Cotton Mills Co 

Kenly Insurance and Realty Co.. 

Wrightsville Beach and Suburban Dev. Co. 

Carolina Apartment Co 

Southeastern Realty Co 

Grantsboro Gin Co 

Montgomery Lumber Co 

Cleveland Mill and Power Co 

Consumers MiUing Co 

Turner Mills Co 

Higgs-Taft Furniture Co 

Roanoke Supply Co 

Riverside Mfg. Co 

Spiritine Chemical Co _ 

Crowcll Clothing Co 

Liberty Uroom Works 

Brooks Mfg. Co 

Drexcl Store Co 

Belk-Williams Co 

Eliiabeth City Iron Works and Supply Co. 

Liberty Brick Co 

Hamlet Insurance and Realty Co.... 

John B. Harvie Co 

Hilton Compress and Warehouse Co 

Wilmington Furniture Co 

High Falls Mfg. Co 

Roanoke Pharmacy Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works : 

J. B. Pierce Co 

Fitt»-Crabtrec Mfg. Co 

Randolph Grocery Co 

Atlantic Coffin acd Casket Co 



8.28 
1,183.33 
47.33 
41.42 
35.50 
237.26 
47.33 
23.67 



14.20 

23.67 

2.84 

180.77 

670.84 

1,633.30 

71.00 

64.56 

236. 67 

11.83 ! 

5.68 

114.78 

93.42 

3.55 

699.98 

697.36 

2.37 

473.33 

14.20 

16.57 

10.65 

21.05 

21.30 

23.67 

12.99 

17.75 

137.03 

75.73 

2.96 

6.79 

47.33 

69.17 

73.64 

213.00 

9.47 

14.20 

11.72 

36.59 

9.47 

23.33 



1.40 
200.00 
8.00 
7.00 
6.00 
40.10 



2.40 

4.00 

.48 

30.55 

113.39 

276.05 
12.00 
10.91 I 

40.00 \ 
2.00 
.96 

19.40 

15.79 

.60 

118.31 

117.86 ' 

.40 

80.00 
2.40 
2.80 
1.80 
3.56 
3.60 
4.00 
2.20 i 
3.00 

23.16 

12.80 
.50 
1.15 
8.00 

10.00 

12.44 

36.00 
1.60 
2.40 
1.98 
6.18 
1.60 
3.94 



5.00 
189.00 

9.20 
11.40 

9.20 I 
42.00 
12.16 

5.00 
44.68 

5.00 

5.00 
20.00 
347.40 
14.80 



6.00 
80.00 
128.00 
150.00 
24.00 
12.00 
71.40 
5.00 
5.00 
29.20 
12.00 
5.00 
124.00 
40.00 
5.48 
120.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
14.40 
12.80 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
40.00 
6.00 
30.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
7.92 
5.00 
8.00 



108 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



STATEME2JT D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



November, 1918. 

Spring Hope Cotton Oil Co.. 

W. B. Thorpe & Co.. 

Pink Hill Tobacco Warehouse Co... 

Ledbetter Mfg. Co 

Leak, Wall & McRae.. 

Standard Drug Co 

Baugham & Weaver Co 

McRae Grocery Co.— 

Richlands Tobacco Warehouse Co... 

Carson Drug Co... 

Hall & Pearsall Co., Ino 

Valentine & Co 

Relay Mfg. Co 

Park Mfg. Co 

Carolina Products Co 

Elliott Furniture Co... _ _ 

Davidson County Creamery 

Swan Quarter Supply Co 

Hastings & Mitchell Co 

Riverside Lumber Co 

Bagwell Real Estate Co.. 

Hannah-Pickett Mills Co 

Steel Mills Co... 

Roberdel Mfg. Co 

Leak-Everett Land Co 

Cape Fear Shipping and Trust Co- 

M. L. Hurley & Co 

RockBsh Mills Co 

Hatch Warehouse Co 

Rex Laundry Co,-. 

Lyric Co 

Sanders-Cunningham-Ward Co 

Tate Furniture Co 

Greenville Chero-Cola Bottling Co.. 
Hickory Insurance and Realty Co... 

Lang Cigar Co 

Efland Hosiery Mills Co 

Parker-Gardner Co 

National .Spanish Peanut Co 

Clark & Hudnell Co 

Raeford Hardware Co 

Banner Investment Co 

Kingby & Frazier Co 

Lexington Ice and Coal Co 

Sterling Furniture Co 

Spencer & Hollowell Co 

Watkins- Leonard Co 

Canton Laundry Co... 

Odell Hardware Co... 

Ramseur Milling Co... 

Wecksville Ginning Co 

Farmers Ginning and Mill Co 

Bismark Hosiery Mills Co 

Spurgeon Building Co 



53.25 
43.49 

2.37 
473.33 
671.60 
8.28 
102.89 
40.94 
8.28 
3.55 
205.16 
8.56 I 
6.03 I 
41.42 
7.10 I 
17.16 ' 
16.57 [ 
2.60 I 
8.21 
9.95 
49.24 
501.15 
574.62 
1,095.65 
106.50 



.57 
18.93 
21.30 
87.57 

118.33 
15.65 
36.50 
47.33 
1.18 
29.68 
23.67 
36.50 
36.50 
11.83 

426.00 
23.67 
18.93 
17.75 
77.80 
9.47 



80.00 

96.60 
1.40 

17.39 
6.92 
1.40 
.60 

34.68 
1.45 
1.02 
7.00 j 
1.20 
2.90 
2.80 I 
.44 I 
1.39 
1.68 I 
8.32 

84.70 

97.12 
186.18 

18.00 



5.92 


1.00 


532.60 


90.00 


23.67 


4.00 


4.20 


.71 


1.18 


.20 


22.52 


3.80 


94.67 


16.00 


7.10 


1.20 



3.20 
3.60 1 

14.80 j 

20.00 
2.63 
6.00 I 
8.00 
.20 
5.00 
4.00 
6.00 
6.00 j 
2.00 

72.00 
4.00 
3.20 
3.00 

13.15 
1.60 



13.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
40.00 
6.00 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
38.40 
5.00 
5.00 
8.40 
6.00 
8.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.04 
80.00 
90.00 
150.00 
13.44 
40.00 



129.60 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
6.00 

19.20 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.32 

12.00 

20.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 I 

10.00 
6.00 
5.00 
6.41 

40.00 
5.00 i 
5.00 j 
5.00 I 
9.44 I 
5.00 



74.25 
65.84 
7.77 

563.33 

708. 20 
14.68 

128.28 
62.86 
14.68 
9.15 

278. 24 
15.01 
12.05 
56.82 
13.30 
28.06- 
24.37 
8,04 
14.60 
16.63 
65.60 

665.85 

761.74 
1.430.83 

137.94 
40.00 
6.92 

752. 10 
32.67 
9.91 
6.38 
31.32 

129.87 
13.30 
5.66 
27.13 
30.22 

114.37 

158.33 
23.18 
46.50 
60.33 
6.38 
40.58 
37.67 
46.50 
46.60 
20.24 

638.00 
32.67 
27.13 
25.75 

100.39 
16.07 



!)(>( r.MK.NT Xl>. 



109 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — coniintied. 



General i Pen 



Franchise ' Total 



November, 1918. 

Ramseur Pharmacy Co 

Roger Moore's Sons Co 

Aycock Drug Co , 

Ayden Loan and Insurance Co 

Nashville Drug Co , 

Thomasville Shooting Club..,. 

Hamlet Hotel Co 

Acme Hosiery Mills Co 

Wilminirton Hardware Co 

Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Co 

Stone-Spencer Music Co 

Boyd-Garner Co 

Charlotte Bagging Co 

Central Falls Mills Co 

Great Falls Mfg. Co 

Del.ane Shoe Co 

.^shcboro Roller Mills 

Asheboro Land and Trust Co 

Roanoke Peanut Co 

Trenton Cotton Mills Co 

Richmond Insurance and Realty Co 

Forman-Blades Lumber Co 

New Bern Produce Co 

Eastern Cotton Oil Co 

Piedmont Oil Co 

Austin Gin Co 

J. P. Green Milling Co 

Carolina Wood Products Co.. 

Phillips & Co 

WiUiamson Veneer Co 

Southern Power Co.. 

Nichols Contracting Co 

Hamlet Grocery Co 

Chatham Oil and Fertilizer Co 

Sanford Grocery Co 

Lumber Veneer Co 

Nimrod Development Co 

Climax Spinning Co 

Griffin & Co 

Hughes-Thomas Co 

Bay River Lumber Co 

ArrinKton-Bis.iictt Co 

Middlesex Supply Co 

Cawthorne Furniture Co 

North Carolina Wheel Co 

Everett-Duvall Hardware Co 

Kramer Bros. Co 

Ruckcr & Sheely Co 

Willard Bag and Mfg. Co 

Charlotte Knitting Co 

Greenville CooiH-ragc and Lumber Co 

Nisbet Bros. Co 

Elizabeth City Coca-Cola Bottling Works.. 
Owens Shoe Co 



48.19 

12.71 

4.26 

14.20 

29.58 

94.67 

106.50 

4.73 

288.73 

9.26 

3.55 

37.87 

73.37 

544.33 

28.40 

34.64 

2.8t 

17.75 

650.83 

14.20 

570. 39 

23.61 

532.50 

43.48 

5.92 

18.93 



14.32 
46.15 
18.93 
12.78 
91.18 
1,065.00 
47.33 
94.67 

3.55 
63.13 
177.50 

2.37 
18.93 

4.73 
130. 17 
44.68 
34.85 

ss.eo 

76.92 
18.93 
11.83 

14.20 



2.15 

.72 

2.40 

5.00 

16.00 

18.00 

.80 

48.80 

1.57 I 

.60 

6.40 

12.40 

92.00 

4.80 

5.86 

.48 

3.00 

110.00 

2.40 

96.40 

4.00 

90.00 

7.35 

1.00 

3.20 



2.42 

7.80 

3.20 

2.16 

16.41 

180.00 

8.00 

16.00 

.60 

10.67 

30.00 

.40 

3.20 

.80 

22.00 

7.55 

4.20 

6.00 

13.00 

3.20 

2.00 

2.40 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
24.00 
10.40 
5.00 
40.80 
5.00 
5.00 I 
6.40 ! 
11.60 j 
80.00 I 
5.00 
5.52 I 
5.00 
5.00 



10.53 
64.33 
19.86 
9.98 
21.60 
39.58 

134.67 

134.90 
10.53 

378.33 
15.83 
9.15 
50.67 
97.37 

716.33 
38.20 
46.02 
8.32 



74.88 


8.35.71 


5.00 


21.60 


60.00 


726.79 


5.00 


32.61 


1.52.00 


774.60 


6.88 


57.71 


5.00 


11.92 


5.00 


27. 13 




200.00 
6. 68 


6.68 


52.00 


52.00 


2,950.13 


2,950.13 


10.00 


10.00 


5.00 


21.74 


5.00 


58.95 


5.00 


27.13 


5.00 


19.94 


5.00 


111.59 


120.00 


1,365.00 


7.20 


62.53 


10.00 


120.67 


5.00 


9.15 


5.00 


78.80 


50.00 


257.50 


5.00 


7.77 


8.00 


30.13 


5.00 


10.53 


26.00 


178.17 


5.00 1 


57.23 


13.48 


42.53 


26.00 


67.60 


30.00 


119.92 


5.00 


27.13 


6.00 


18.83 



110 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 




November, 1918. 
Selwyn Hotel Co 
Catawba Furniture Co. 
HaBel-Johnson Co. 
E. K. Willis Co, 
Greenville Cotton Mills Co. 
J. W. Cartel 

Jacksonville Lumber Co. 
Eastern Development Co. 
Vass Cotton Mill Co. 
Sapona Cotton Mills Co. 
McCrary-Redding Hardware Co, 
Asheboro Grocery Co. 
Academy of Music Co. 
North State Development Co, 
Farmers Mutual Tobacco Warehouse Co.. 
Tar River Farm Development Co. 
Eureka Farm Co, 
Rocky Mount Insurance Co. 
Piedmont Electro Chemical Co, 
Acme Plumbing Co, 
Chappell Garage Co 
Chowan Cotton Oil and Fertili 
Catawba Cotton Mills Co. 
Hill Veneer Co 

Home Builders Investment Co. 
Piedmont Insurance and Realty Co. 
Southern M 
Sbipman Organ Co, 
Rowland Drug Co 
Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co, 
Union Ginning Co 
Gaston & Tate Co 
Kings Mountain Mfg. Co 
Pound & Moore Co, 
Garron Knitting Mills Co. 
Vandois Knitting Mills Co. 
J. A. Tate Co 
J. E. Burlesor 
Review Co, 
Orrum Ginning Co. 
Meade-Harvey Co. 
Carolina .Stone Co. 
Hall Drug Co. 

Elizabeth City Water and Power Co. 
Elizabeth City Sewerage Co. 
Electric Light Company of Elizabeth City 
Elizabeth City Electric Light and PowerCo. 
Clyde Steamship Co, 
Wynnewood Lumber C' 
King Motor Cars Co. 
J. W. McW 

Southern Pines Publishing Co. 
Pinecraft Realty Co.... 
Pee Dee Navigation d 



36.12 
88.90 
108.17 
29.52 
382.00 
382.83 
268.31 
16.07 
375.12 
162.33 
126.35 
38.20 
32.67 
.32.13 
67.33, 
88.13 
196.00 
323.96 
41.65 
27.13 
11.92 
135.61 
182.80 
40.97 
11.92 
14.68 
93.00 
39.67 
19.96 
22.98 
17.59 
21.60 
204 00 
74.17 
94.29 



1919] 



Do(.U.MEXT Xo. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 





CORP08ATI0N8— cored' 


lued. 








General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


NnvMnber, 1918. 


t 7.10 


t 1 9I\ 


t S.OO 

8.56 
30.00 


$ 13.30 




23.67 i 4.00 
90.95 '• 15.37 


36.23 


Dail-Overland Co 


136.32 



Tryon Fruit Exchange - 

Sure Shot Remedy Co. 

Ivy Damask Mill Co 

Charlotte Machine Co 

Beaufort County Lumber Co 

Club Acrea Co 

Swan-Slater Co.... 

Jonesboro Building and Improvement Co. 

Reidsville Motor Co.. 

Forman-Derrickson Veneer Co 

Cullowhee Milling Co 

Cot Lumber Co 

Charlotte Hardware Co 

Rockwell Furniture Co 

Carolina Specialty Co 

Deep River Mills Co 

Sparks World Famous Shows Co 

Link-Mitchell Co.... 

Champion Chemical Co 

Cross Cotton Mills Co 

Nussman-Kenerly Brick and Lumber Co.. 

Charlotte Clothing Manufacturing Co 

Carolina Acid Wood Co 

Sigmon-Kluppelburg Co 

Cooper Furniture Co 

Waynesville Book Co 

Hancock Grocery Co 

J. M. Hopper Construction Co - 

Whitehurst-Andrews Co 

Robeson Soda Water Co 

Thompson- Watkins Co 

Shaw Cotton Mills Co 

Carolina Beverage Co 

Chadbourn Bate Co 

Whittemore & Mobley Hardware Co 

Moirisett Co 

MarshviUe Planing Mill Co 

Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co 

Overland-.\sheville Sales Co 

Hale Furniture Co 

Mountain State Mica and Mining Co 

W. R. Ilarrell Co 

Womack-Stone Co 

Burwell & Walker Co 

Wilhams Co 

G. W. HugginsCo I 

Brown Book Co 

Warlick Non-skid Auto Chain Co 

Army Supply Co 

Salisbury Hardware and Furniture Co 

Ed. Wellon Co 



.24 
3.60 
20.12 
9.47 
434.74 
18.93 
14.20 
17.32 
9.23 
59.17 
11.83 
124.40 
288.73 
35.50 
15.17 
899.33 
14.20 
23.67 
4.69 
193.12 
33.13 
130.17 
4.73 
6.£8 
17.75 
2.84 
75.26 
47.33 
40.62 
8.87 
14.20 
213.00 
23.67 
20.12 
25.40 
29.58 
16.21 
153.83 
17.75 
5.92 
7.06 
9.47 
11.83 
82.83 
6.32 
12.42 
42.60 
1.18 
4.02 
93.06 
177.50 



15.37 


30.00 


.04 


5.00 


.61 


5.00 


3.40 


12.20 


1.60 


5.00 


73.48 


48.00 


3.20 


6.96 


2.40 


5.00 


2.93 


5.00 


1.56 


5.0O 


10.00 


8.00 


2.00 


5.00 


21.03 


5.00 


48.80 


30.00 


6.00 


5.20 


2.56 


5.00 


152.00 


144.00 


2.40 


16.00 


4.00 


5.00 


.79 


6.40 


32.64 


52.64 


5.60 


8.40 


22.00 


ao.oo 


.80 


5.00 


1.18 


5.00 


3.00 


5.00 


.48 


5.00 


12.72 


14.36 


8.00 


12.00 


6.87 


10.00 


1.50 


5.00 


2.40 


5.00 


36.00 


39.68 


4.00 


41.12 


3.40 


10.00 


4.29 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


2.74 


5.00 


26.00 


31.13 


3.00 


5.00 


1.00 


5.00 


1.19 


15.60 


1.60 


5.00 


2.00 


5.00 


14.00 


20.00 


.90 


5.00 


2.10 


6.00 


7.20 


5.00 


.20 


5.00 


.68 


5.00 



15.73 
30.00 



35.72 
16.07 

536. 22 
29.09 
21.60 
25.25 
15.79 
77.17 
18. ft! 

150.43 

367.53 
46.70 
22.73 
,195.33 
32.60 
32.67 
11.88 

278.40 
47.13 

182.17 
10.53 
13.16 
25.75 
8.32 

102.34 
67.33 
57.49 
15.37 
21.60 

288.68 
68.79 
33.52 
34.69 
39.58 
23.95 

210.96 
25.75 
11.92 
23.85 
16.07 
18.83 

116.83 
11.22 
20.62 
54.80 
6.38 
9.70 

116.60 

227.60 



112 



Dor 



:n"o. 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



November, 1918. 

Rocky Mount Storage Warehouse Co $ 

Efirds Department Store Co 

Red Springs Trading Co 

C. W. Yates & Co 

Summerset Undertaking Co _ 

Planters Warehouse Co 

Thompson Hospital Co , 

Seagrove Hardware Co._ ._ 

Lakewood Coaster Co | 

Lumberton Motor Car Co 

Townsend Buggy Co 

National Shipbuildine Co _ 

North Carolina Land Co.. — 

UnderwTiters of Rocky Mount 

Wilkinson-Bullock & Co 

N. C. State Fire Insurance Co 

Rutherfordton Hospital 

Tryon Paper Box Co _ i 

Public Hardware Co 

Greenville Ice and Coal Co 

Moffitt Furnishing Co 

Forsyth Country Club Co.... 

Motor Machine Co 

Battleboro Oil Co 

E. L. Matthews Candy Co 

Bulletin Publishing Co 

Asheboro Drug Co 

AUoway Cemetery Co 

Taylor Mattress Co 

Marsh Cotton Mills Co 

Hickory Hosiery Mills... 

Cotton Belt Candy Co 

Alpha-Portland Cement Co 

W. R. Bonsall Co 

Fairbanks-Morse & Co 

Barnes Construction Co 

LaFayette Mutual Life Insurance Co... 

Carman Wheel Co 

Farmers Supply Co 

Interstate Audit Co 

Asheboro Hosiery Mills Co 

Cox & Lewis Hardware Co 

Johnston Ice and Fuel Co 

Alexander Mfg Co 

Overman- Williaraston Co. _, 

F. R. Sniper Lumber Co 

Brown-Belk Co 

J. L. Pottle & Son Co... | 

E. B. Fecklen Tobacco Co 

Purity Ice Cream Co i 

Hamlet Drug Co ..' 

Auto Supply Co. 

Kesler Mfg. Co I 



11.83 
21.30 
42.45 
71.00 
9.47 
15.62 
15.38 
17.75 
.95 
23.67 
14.20 
91.47 
44.S5 
189.33 
20.83 
71.00 
7.10 
3.55 
13.30 
17.75 
7.10 
12.35 
7.10 
82.83 
10.06 
4.14 
8.28 
3.55 
13.25 
47.33 
59.17 
35.50 



2.00 


$ 5.00 


3.60 


5.00 


7.17 


7.20 


12.00 


20.00 


1.60 


5.00 


2.64 


5.00 


2.60 


3-00 


3.00 


5.00 


.15 


5.00 


4.00 


5.00 


2.40 


5. CO 


15.46 


20.00 


7.53 


13.44 


32.00 


20.60 


3.52 


5.00 


12.00 


20.00 


1.20 


5.00 


.60 


5.00 


2.25 


5.76 


3.00 


5.00 


1.20 


5.00 


2.09 


6.16 


1.20 


5.00 


14.00 


10.00 


1.70 


10.00 


.70 


5.00 


1.40 


5.00 


.60 


5.00 


2.24 


5.00 



10. CO 
6.00 



38.78 


6.55 


10.65 


1.80 


.71 


.12 


47.33 


8.00 


27.22 


4.60 


47.33 


8.00 


47.33 


8.00 


35.90 


6.07 


47.33 


8.00 


94.67 


16.00 


53.25 


9.00 


189.33 


32.00 


71.00 


12.00 


2.37 


.40 


17.31 


2.93 


1,112.33 


188.00 



5.00 
80.00 



5.00 



16.00 
5.00 
5.00 
14.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5. 00 
5.52 
13.80 
13.64 
6.00 
20.00 
37.48 
5.00 
5.00 
100.00 



1019] 



DocrjiKXT Xo. 5 



113 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



Genera) I Pensions Franchise 



November, 1918. 

Doreett Land Co.. I t 

Oty Grocery and Hardware Co I 

Hadder Mill Co _ I 

Moore-Price Insurance Agency 

Piedmont Chair Co _ I 

McRaeCo 

Consolidated Realty and Insurance Co.__.. 

B. F. Greene Co _ 

Lumberton Coca-Cola Bottling Co _ 

Huntley-Hill-Stockton Co 

Empire Drug Co .._ ' 

North State Knitting Mills Co 

Dixie Cotton Mills Co 

C. C. Cooper Tobacco Co 

East Carolina Electric and Realty Co 

Caswell Cotton Mills j 

Raney Canner Co 

Tryon Hotel Co _ 

Leaksville-Spray Insurance and Realty Co. 

Shore Mercantile Co 

Madison Real Estate and Trust Co 

Fidehty Investment Co.. , 

Reidsville Insurance and Realty Co 

Farmville Insurance and Realty Co 

Bon Marche Co., Inc 

Lumberton Cotton Mills Co 

Jennings Cotton Mills Co 

Dresden Cotton Mills Co 

Dunn Brothers Co 

Walnut Cove Mercantile Co 

Monroe Ice and Fuel Co 

Yarborough & Bellinger Co 

Holt Granite Mills Co.. 

Qeghorn Mills Co 

Heath-Morrow Co 

Rodman-Heath Cotton Mills 

Spring Hope Grocery Co 

Harris-McCauley Co 

Henry T. .Sharp Co 

Potomac Heights Land Co 

Boyden & Overman Co 

Overman A Co 

Daif Commi.ssary Co 

Quako Bottling Company of Carolina. 

Peon Bros. Suspender Co 

Conyers & .Sikes 

Henrietta Mills Co 

Elkin Bottling Co 

Trust Building Corporation 

Floyd Hill Furniture Co 

0. C. Buquo Lime Co 

Wilmington Grocery Co 

R. L. McWhirtcr Co 

Oxford-Body Co 

8— Part I — 1918 



16.92 

5.21 

5.92 

2.09 

18.93 

4.26 

11.83 

18.93 

11.09 

189.33 

5.92 

116.56 

236.67 

5.92 

5.92 

310.78 



59.17 

52.28 

13.08 

17.78 

4.02 

33.13 

23.67 

64.37 

1,059.08 

946.66 

710.00 

63.90 

9.47 

47.33 

142.00 

563.98 

295.83 

59.17 

189.33 

47.04 

37.87 

3.90 



3.20 
.72 
2.00 
3.20 
1.87 
32.00 
1.00 
19.70 
40.00 



1.00 
52.53 



10.00 

8.83 



4.00 
10.88 
179.00 
160.00 
120.00 
10.80 
1.60 
8.00 
24.00 
95.32 
50.00 
10.00 
32.00 
7.95 
6.40 



5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.20 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 ! 

16.60 
5.00 

28.00 

40.00 ' 
5.00 
5.00 

72.00 
7.60 



5.00 I 
.1.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 ! 
5.00 ! 

10.00 ( 

70.00 - 
120.40 . 

80.00 I 

16.00 
6.76 
7.20 

.34.80 
160,00 

.iO.OO ■ 

10.00 

20.00 
6.00 I 



.24 


.04 


5.00 


42.60 


7.20 


5.00 


199.98 


33.80 


.33.80 


22.67 


3.83 


5.00 


12.48 


2.11 


9.60 


55.12 


9.32 


14.40 


8.05 


1.36 


5.00 


869.66 


316.00 


270.00 


2.84 


.48 


5.00 


150.52 


25.44 


5.00 


19.82 


3. ,35 


5.00 


46.98 


7.94 


6.44 


21.47 


3.63 


5.00 


8.87 


1.50 


5.00 


27.45 


4.64 


.S.OO 



24.78 

11. 00 

11.92 

7.44 

27. 13 

11.18 

18.83 

27.13 

17.96 

237.93 

11.92 

164.26 

316.67 

11.92 

11.92 

435.31 

7.60 

69.17 

66.11 

20.2 8 

25.78 

9.70 

43.73 

32. 67 

85.25 

1,308.08 

1,227.06 

910.00 

90.70 

17.83 

62.53 

200.80 

819.30 

375.83 

79.17 

241.33 

60.99 

49.27 

9.56 

5.28 

54.80 

267.58 

31.50 

24.19 

78.84 

14.41 

2,455.66 

8.32 

180.96 

28.17 

61.36 

30.10 

15.37 

40.09 



114 



DoCLJIENT No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 




November, 1918. 

Ward's Pharmacy $ 

Alraa Lumber Co 

Everett Cotton Mills Co 

J. S. MoEachern'a Sons Co 

Marsh-Lee Co. 

SikeaCo 

Cotton Belt Mfg. Co.... _ 

China Grove Hardware Co 

New London Milling Co 

Catawba County Furniture Warehouse Co. 

Morrow Bros. & Heath Co 

Post Publishing Co 

R. W. Walker Lumber Co 

Cooperative Mercantile Co.— 

Star Grocery Co 

Eno Cotton Mills Co _ 

Elird Dry Goods Co.—. 

Elkin & Alleghany Produce Co 

Carolina Cross Bros. Co 

Piedmont Drug Co.- 

Batchelor-Benson Co. 

Tar River Oil Co 

Cliffside Mills Co 

Albemarle Furniture and Mfg. Co 

Christian-Ewing Co ___ 

Wiscassett Mills Co 

McCanless Heal Estate Co 

WidenhouseCo _ 

Greensboro Warehouse and Storage Co 

Bryson City Pump Works 

Rodman-Clark & Co - 

Union Drug Co.— 

Spray Cotton Mills Co 

Piedmont Commission Co — - 

Skyland Hosiery Co.. _ 

Salisbury Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Henderson Hosiery Co 

Union Stock Yard Co.. 

Norwood Lumber Co 

Florence Mills Co 

J. D. Sargent Granite Co.- 

Gaston Knitting Mills Co 

Roberta Mfg. Co 

Fletcher Furniture Co 

Boulevard Real Estate Co 

Landis Hardware Co 

Salisbury Realty and Insurance Co 

Stanley Cotton Oil Co - 

Jackson Mills Co 

Monroe Realty Co 

Leaksville House and Power Co __- 

Rose's 10 and 25 Cent Store Co.- 

Bayboro Land and Lumber Co 

LeaksvUle Woolen Mills Co 



15.38 
130.17 
125.43 
17.75 
47.33 
23.69 
23.67 
16.80 
5.92 
8.28 
191.34 
15.38 
71.00 
8.52 
6.44 
887.50 
21.30 
7.10 
8.76 
7.10 
24.79 
26.15 



10.29 

224.83 

16.57 

48.75 

7.10 

747.86 

118.33 

94.67 

21.30 

39.05 

10.95 

14.20 

591.66 

59.17 

11.83 

94.67 

15.38 

5.92 j 

14.29 I 

20.49 ; 

3.55 

260.33 I 

3.78 

25.12 

4.73 

11.83 

224.83 



2.60 
22.00 
21.20 
3.00 
8.00 
4.00 
4.00 
2.84 I 
1.00 I 
1.40 I 
32.34' 
2.60 
12.00 
1.44 
1.09 J 
150.00 
3.60 
1.20 
1.48 
1.20 
4.19 
4.42 



280.00 
5.00 



8.24 , 
1.20 
126.40 

20.00 

16.00 
3.60 
6.60 
1.85 
2.40 
100.00 

10.00 
2.00 

16.00 . 
2.60 I 
1.00 ; 
2.42 
3.46 
.60 

44.00 I 



2.00 
38.00 



5.00 
14.00 



8.00 
5.00 
5.68 
5.00 



20.00 
5.00 
5.00 , 

126.28 ; 
5.00 I 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

100.00 
5.00 
8.40 



6.00 

12.00 

5.00 

160.00 

14.56 

35.42 
5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

100.00 

19.20 
5.20 

12.24 
5.00 
5.00 I 
5.00 ' 

11.04 
6.84 

40.00 
5.00 
5.68 I 
5.00 
6.00 

20.80 



22.98 

166.17 

168.71 
25.75 
62.41 
33.69 
32.67 
25.32 
11.92 
14.68 

235.68 
23.78 

103.00 
14.96 
12.53 
1,163.78 
29.90 
13.30' 
15.24 
13.30 
33.98 
35.57 

100.00 
5.00 
8.40 
1,936.66 
34.58 
12.03 

262.83 
•25.37 
68.99 
13.30 
1,034.26 

152.89 

146.09 
29.90 
55.65 
17.80 
21.60 

791.66 
88.37 
19.03 

122.91 
22.98 
11.92 
21.71 
34.99 
10.99 

344.33 
9.42 
33.05 
10.53 
19.83 

283.63 



1S>19] 



DoCTJlEXT Xo. a 



115 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 




November, 1S18. 
.Vsheboro Chair Co. 
Warlick Lumber Co 
Parks Land Co. 

Carolina Auto Supply House Co., I 
Yadkin FurniBhing Co. 
Thoraasville Hosiery Mills Ci 
Farm Power Co. 
Orange Lumber Co. 
Elkin Furniture Co 
Atkinson Co. 
Carolina Bagging Co 
Ham Estate Co 
CJraham-Gwyn C 
Carter Mercantile Co 
Landis Milling Co 

Albemarle Real Estate and Insurance Co.- 
Parker-Littli 

1 Hosiery Mills Co 
Electric Bottling Co 
Hasty Mercantile Co 

el Watkins Department Store, 
Law Building Co 
Carolina Buggy Mfg. O 
Crudup-Kittrell Co 
Warren Milling Co 
Highemith Hospital Co 
Home Building Co 
Huntley-Stockton-HiU Co 
Sanford Sash and Blind Co 
Whitfield & Frei 
Morgan Oil and Fertilizer Co 
National Furniture Co 
Champion Bridge Co 
Flat Rock Hosiery Mills Co 
Halifax Paper Corporation. 
Henderson Loan and Real Estate Co, 
Widenhi 
Carters Falls Power Co 

Sibley Mfg. Co. 

Bryson City Motor Co. 
Burton-Chance-Walker Co 
Clinton Grocery Co. 
Honcycutt-Pri Co 
Braswcll Mining Co. 
Henderson Buggy Mfg. Co 
Elkin Veneer and Mfg Co 
Miion Jewelry Co 
Piedmont Electric Co, 
Pinehurst Plateau Co, 
Pinehurst Realty Co. 
Marston Orchards. 
The Elberta Co... 
Carolina Fruit Co 
J.T. John Co 



15.69 
19.20 
7.81 



7.03 
16.00 



59.09 
87.12 

18.8:< 

92., 54 
36.03 
79.32 
4.18 
13.38 
55.67 
148.67 



116 



Document N^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



November, 1918. 

Lee County Cotton Oil Co 

Barium Springs Co. 

South Atlantic Waste Co 

W. E. Harrison Land Co 

Uandleman Drug Co 

Exchange Publishing Co 

Robeson Grocery Co _.. 

Robeson Warehouse Co.. _ 

J. C. Moore & Bros. Co 

S. B. Penick & Co. 

Investment Corporation 

Saluda Lumber Co... _._ 

Gary Lumber Co 

Smith Drug Co 

Haw Creek MiUing Co 

R. W. Norman Co.. 

Main Drug Co _ 

Franklinville Mfg. Co 

W. F. Snuggs Co 

Marshville Cotton Warehouse 

J. L. Austin Co 

Indian Lake Lumber Co.__ 

Brevard .\musement Co 

Taylor Furnishing Co 

Spindale Stores Co 

Fleetwood-Rawlings-Nixon Co 

Kramer Realty Co 

Tabor Mercantile Co 

Ballinger Co _ 

Hamlet Hospital Co. ___ 

Peoples Home Furnishing Co 

R. J. Belk Co.. 

Rockingham Storage Warehouse Co 

Sinclair Mercantile Co 

Eagle-Pri Co... 

Lee & Lee Co 

Gordon Insurance and Investment Co.. 
Farquar Heating and Ventilating Go — 

Henry Rives Mfg. Co 

Efird Mercantile Co 

Lillian Knitting Mills Co 

Pomona Terra-Cotta Co 

New Holland Boat Line Co 

Atlantic Fire Insurance Co 

Utility Mfg. Co 

D. M. Jones Co 

Quality Clothing Go 

Yadkin Realty Go 

Carolina Hardware Co 

Wilson Cotton Mills Co 

Williams & Palmer Co 

Clinton Milling Co 

Clinton Cotton Warehoxise Co 

Ocean City Corporation 



57.51 

4.51 
236. 67 
23.67 

9.47 

7.10 
64.44 

4.73 
91.12 
153.83 

8.31 
18.93 
118.26 
18.93 

5.92 
23.67 
11.83 
213.00 

5.92 

.95 

35.50 

24.14 

1.89 

7.81 
17.75 
17.16 
74.19 

3.79 
37.86 

5.92 
24.85 
23.43 

6.21 
35.50 
21.14 
47.33 
11.01 

7.10 
266.96 
47.30 
162.35 
303. 19 

236.67 
142.00 
47.33 
4.73 
28.40 
19.76 
180.97 
12.70 
9.47 
3.55 
25.71 



40.00 
4.00 I 
1.60 
1.20 

10.89 
.80 

15.40 

26.00 
1.41 
3.20 

20.00 
3.20 
1.00 I 
4.00 
2.00 

36.00 
1.00 
.16 
6.00 
4.08 
.32 
1.32 
3.00 
2.90 

12.54 
.64 
6.40 
1.00 
4.20 



2.37 
1.20 I 
45.12 j 
8.00 
27.44 I 
51.24 

40.00 
24.00 



3.34 
30.58 
2.16 
1.60 
.60 
4.34 



9.97 
8.40 

40.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 ' 
5.60 I 
5.00 I 
9.20 

42.00 
6.00 
8.00 

20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
7.12 j 
5.00 

44.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
7.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

24.00 
5.00 I 
5.00 j 
5.00 ' 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 

59.12 
8.00 I 

27.44 

40.00 
5. .00 



5.00 
32.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



77.20 
13.67 

316.67 
32.67 
16.07 
13.30 
80.93 
10.53 

115.72 

221.83 
14.72 
30.13 

158.26 
27.13 
11.92 
34.79 
18.83 

293.00 
11.92- 
6.11 
47.50 
35.22 
7.21 
14.13 
25.75 
25.06 

110.73 
9.43 
49.26 
11.92 
34.05 
32.39 
12.26 
46.50 
29.72 
63.33 
21.38 
13.30 

371.20 
63.30 

217.23 

394.43 
5.00 

276. 67 

166.00 
55.33 
5.53 
33.20 



19191 



Document Xo. 5 



117 



Statement D — Continued. 



COBPOBATIONS— coniinued. 



November, 1918, 

Albemarle Sample Store Co ! i 

Oldham & Worth Co j 

Henderson Hotel Co — 

Ford Garage Co 

Boykin Drug Co 

Wendell Drug Co.... 

Wilson Furniture Co 

Blue Ridge Inn Co 

Xorth Carolina Sales Co 

HUliard-White Co 

Swannanoa Bend Realty Co 

Tr«nt Store Co 

Melrose Knitting Mills Co 

Edna Cotton Mills Co 

Lakeview Recreation Co 

Goodwin-Smith Furniture Co .- 

WaUon & King Co 

Garland Fruit and Produce Co , 

Home Builders Mfg, Co.... 

H. C. Olive Co 

Raleigh Brick and Fuel Co 

Jones Motor Sales Co 

W. H. Applewhite Co 

R. D. Caldwell & Son Co 

Robesonian Publishing Co 

White-Hight Co 

Poplar Mount Mercantile Co 

Riverview Milling Co 

.N'avassa Guano Co 

Ida Yarn Mill Co 

Springfield Cotton Mill Co 

Richmond Cotton Mills Co 

Parham Supply Co 

Slate Mountain Orchard Co 

Worth Co .-. 

H. W. Abbitt Co 

Pinedale Club Co 

Harrison Printing Co 

Goldsboro Ice and Realty Co 

Dewey Bros. Co., Inc 

Wilson I.ivery Co 

Spray Hotel Co 

Findowrie Co ., 

Imperial Co... 

Morehead Cotton Mills Co 

Goldsboro Shoe Co 

Wilson Cotton Warehouse Co 

Wilson Real Estate Loan and Trust Co 

Taylors Cafe Co 

Fidelity Grocery Co 

Spencer Mills Co 

HamUey-Hobson Co 

Winterville Cotton Oil Co 

Sloop Drug Co 




118 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 




November, 1918, 
Forest City Mercantile Co 

Amos Hosiery Mills Co 

J. B. Leathers & Co.. 

Foregt City Loan and Insurance Co, 

C. C. Covington Co 

The Gorrell Co _ 

Leader Warehouse Co -.- 

Brown Mountain Mining and Mfg. Co.. 

Roberts & Co 

Thompson Publishing Co 

Southern School Supply Co 

Wilson Country Club Co 

Weathers Furniture Co 

Nahunta Hardware Co 

CaroUna Cotton and Woolen Mills Co, 

Scotland Hardware Co 

Bullock Land and Supply Co 

Liberty Picker Stick and Novelty Co.. 

Sprunt-Charlotte Warehouse Co 

Julian Milling Co 

Ryes Milling Co 

Charlotte Casket Co 

Farmers Cooperative Co 

Pitt Lumber and Mfg. Co 

Pitt Lumber Co _ --- 

Reidsville Paper Box Co 

Reidsville Fertilizer Co 

Patterson Mfg. Co 

Chimney Rock Improvement Co 

Person-Garrett Co - 

E. R. Thomas Drug Co... 

Knobs Creek Improvement Co 

J. S. Wortham Co.... I 

Gate City Motor Co I 

Stantonsburg Live Stock Co 

Goldsboro Garage and Motor Transport Co 

Southern Manufacturers Club, Ino 

John L. Jackson & Co 

Elmore Ginning and Fertilizer Co 

Farmers Oil Mill Co.. 

Cherokee Hardware Co 

Edgerton Salt Brick Co 

Raleigh Furniture Co 

Standard Cement Construction Co 

Atlantic Land Co... 

Fayetteville Light and Power Co 

Home Investment Co 

Tomlinson Chair Mfg. Co 

Cochran-McLaughlin Co 

Raleigh Trade Bindery Co 

Farmers' Alliance Cooperative Association. 

Elk Mourit.ain Brick Co 

Denny Roll and Panel Co.. 

Enterprise Mfg. Co 



15.62 
47.33 
23.67 

6.92 
113.33 
104. 13 
62.07 
24.97 

4.73 
16.77 
28.64 
10.42 
12.78 
23.27 
5,270.04 
13.49 
35.60 
36.60 
60.34 

8.28 
15.91 
118.33 
19.41 

2.37 
26.33 
94.67 
12.43 
473.33 

3.56 
52.07 
16.57 

7.10 

.71 

16.30 

4.11 
35.60 
31,65 

7.10 
26.80 
33.13 
120.39 



85.20 
11.83 
106.60 



2.67 
4.84 
1.76 
2.16 
3.93 1 
890.71 
2.29 
6.00 
6.00 
8.51 I 
1.40 
2.67 

20.00 
3.28 
.40 
4.45 

16.00 
2.00 

80.00 



2.84 
.70 
6.00 

13.80 
1.20 I 
4.36 
5.60 

20.35 



.64 1 
1.16 

14.40 
2.00 I 

18,00 



5.60 

13.28 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
1,200.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

40.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.80 
8.00 
5.00 

42.00 
5.00 

10.00 I 
5.00 I 
6.00 i 
5.00 I 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

11.80 
5.00 
5.00 
5.60 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

11.10 i 
6.00 i 

30.00 i 
6.00 j 
139.70 
8.00 
I 



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Doc V MEAT Xo. 5 



119 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — Continued, 



General Pensions 



November, 1918. 

Hunter Drug Co 

Charlotte Theatre Co. 

Black Mountain Drug Co 

John Slaughter & Co.. 

B. S. Davis Co 

C. Woodard Co.... 

Creseent Furniture Co 

Red Top Bottling Co.. 

Delgado Mills Co 

Fayettevillo Ice and Mfg. Co 

Albemarle Realty Co 

Albemarle Milling Co 

Seagrove Mill and Store Co 

Johnston-Belk Co.. 

Stantonsburg Drug Co 

CUnchfield Mfg Co 

Rowan Drug Co — 

Fuel and Supply Co 

Royal & Borden Furniture and Carpet Co.. 

Y. H. KnowlesCo 

Elisabeth City Brick Co 

Goldaboro Grocery Co 

DeEance Sock Mills Co 

Wm. M. Sherrill Co 

Casey Ginning and Milling Co 

Wayne Red Brick Co 

Consolidated Co 

Mount Olive Mfg. Co 

Jones-Kornegay Co 

Clayton Buggy and Furniture Co 

Mecder & Co 

N. C. Hinea & Co... 

Sikes-Collins Co 

Mount Olive Grocery and Hardware Co._, 

Maxton Gin Co 

Apex Insurance and Realty Co. 

Hustler Publishing Co _ _.. 

Haynes & Brown Co 

Albemarle Grocery Co 

Fuquay Loan and Insurance Co 

Paper Products Co 

Electric Maintenance Co 

Raleigh Motor Car and Machine Co 

Dildy & .\gnew Co., Inc 

Barringer Mfg. Co _ 

Thrift Mfg Co 

Rhodes Mfg. Co 

E. A. Smith Mfg. Co 

Biinpeon-Peacock Co 

J. R. Wilson Lumber Co 

Seaboard Lumber Co 

Pamlico Cooperage Co . 

Mint Hill Gold Mining Co 

Pridgen Mfg. Co 



18.93 ' 

3.55 ; 

6.63 
23.67 

11.80 

15.38 

7.93 
10.89 
650.83 
142.00 
16.00 
23.67 
12.31 
40.23 

7.81 

1,360.83 

14.44 

2.84 
35.50 
41.42 
10.18 
56.80 
82.83 

5.95 

7.57 
59.17 

4.73 
47.33 
28.40 
30.17 

7.10 

4.73 

8.06 
130.76 

4.73 
11.83 

3.55 
35.50 
31.00 

5.92 
23.90 

1.25 j 
15.35 
52.07 
260.57 
946.66 
695.80 
473.33 
25.09 
23.67 
42.60 
24.85 
31.38 



1.12 
4.00 
1.! 
2.60 
1.34 
1.84 
110.00 

24.00 
2.70 
4.00 
2.08 
6.80 I 
1.32 
230.00 
2.44 
.48 
6.00 
7.00 
1.72 
9.60 

14.00 
1.01 
1.28 

10.00 
.80 
8.00 I 



1.36 
22.10 



5.24 
1.00 
4.04 
.21 
2.59 
8.80 

44.04 
160.00 
117.60 

80.00 
4.24 
4.00 
7.20 
4.20 
5.30 

11.15 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 ! 
110.00 

56.68 
6.00 
5.36 
5.00 I 
6.80 i 
5.00 
271.44 
5.00 j 
5.00 

11.20 I 
6.00 ' 
5.00 
6.00 

26.96 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
8.00 i 
5.00 I 

5.00 ; 

5.00 1 
5.00 I 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 j 
12.80 I 
8.00 ' 
5.00 ; 
8.08 . 
5.00 I 

5.00 : 

10.64 

44.04 

200.40 

1.54.40 

120 00 

5.00 

5.00 

8.00 

9.20 

8.40 

6.24 



27.13 
9.15 
12.75 
32.67 
18.79 
22.98 
14.27 
17.73 

870.83 

222.68 
24.70 
33.03 
19.39 
53.8:) 
14.13 
1,862.27 
21.88 
8.32 
52.70 
54.42 
16.90 
72.40 

123.79 
11.96 
13.85 
77.17 
10.53 
63.33 
38.20 
40.27 
13.30 
10.53 
14.42 

158.86 
10.53 
18.8:1 
9.15 
54.30 
44.24 
11.92 
36.02 
6.46 
22.94 
71.51 

348.65 
1,307.06 

967.80 

673.33 
34.33 
32. 67 
57.80 
38.25 
45.08 
83., 34 



120 



Dod-MEiNT No. 5 



Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



COBPORATION8 — continued. 



November, 1918. 

Elkin Box Co 

J. L. Hemphill & Co 

Sasser Stock Farm Co 

Cement Products Co 

Niagara Grape and Fruit Co.- 

Seven Springs Supply Co. 

Mutual Publishing Co 

Biblical Recorder Publishing Co 

Wilson Knitting Mills Co 

Eureka Tobacco Warehouse Co 

L. A. Raney Co 

Gwyn & Colvard Co 

American Agency Co.-- 

Reich-W^alsh Furniture Co 

Varina Mercantile Co 

King-Crowell Drug Co 

Brevard Light and Power Co 

Cascade Power Co - -. 

Garrett & Co 

George A. Fuller Co 

DUlsboro & Sylva Electric Light Co 

Sampson Power Co.- 

Wiscassett Mills Co 

Warren Drug Co 

High Price Warehouse Co 

Greensboro Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

Mutual Savings and Deposit Co 

Monroe Insurance and Investment Co 

Efirds Department Store Co 

Dixie Bond and Mortgage Co 

Raleigh Engineering and Construction Co, 

Welfare Automobile Co 

New Bern Hay. Grain and Feed Co -.- 

Farmers. Merchants and Bankers Whse. Co. 

Vance Cotton Mills Co.-- 

Mount .\iry Hosiery Mills Co.- 

Moore Hardware Co 

Hargrove Chemical Co 

Tyrrell Mfg. Co 

Farmers Mercantile and Supply Co 

Brame Drug Co - 

Peoples Realty Co.-- _ 

Royal Cotton Mills Co 

Macon Union Warehouse Co 

Greenwood Cemetery Co -- 

Warrenton Grocery Co.-- 

Hertford County Undertakers Union 

Smith Hardware Co - - 

News and Observer Publishing Co 

Noles-Reep Co 

F. W. Parker Drug Co.- 

Stokes Grocery Co 

East Spencer Trading Co.- 

Fitzhugh Lumber Co.- 



59.17 
42.60 
18.70 
35.50 
15.19 
52.19 
16.57 
34.47 
47.33 
7.60 I 
31.12 ! 
1.89 I 
8.28 
12.90 
21.47 
11.83 



7.10 
30.29 
16.57 

4.81 
21.43 
31.95 
20.11 

3.08 
118.33 
10.30 

7.10 
310.03 
35.50 
24.97 

1.18 
11.83 

3.43 
37.41 

2.96 
525.40 

1.18 

.20 

142.00 

1. 
71.00 
94.67 
22.48 

5.32 
58.23 

1.48 

2.37 



10.00 
7.20 
3.16 
6.00 

2.57 
8.82 
2.80 
5.83 



1.40 
2.18 



1.20 
5.12 



3.62 
5.40 
3.40 
.52 

20.00 
1.74 
1.20 

52.40 
6.00 
4.22 
.20 
2.00 



12.00 
16.00 



19.68 
5.12 
5.00 

10.00 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 

20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 '• 
6.00 ' 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

13.84 
349.20 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
240.00 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

30.12 
5.00 
5.00 

8.15 



5.00 
5.00 

12.00 
5.00 

12.00 
9.40 ' 
5.00 ' 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 



1919] 



Document Xo. 5 



121 



Statement D — Continue^. 



CORPORATIONS — continued 



November, 1918. 

Wilts Veneer Co 

Carter-Evans Lumber Co - 

Maryland-Carolina Lbr. and Timber Co.. 

Utility Mfg. Co 

Waynesville Hospital Co 

Standard Cement Construction Co 

Dan River Insurance and Land Co 

Sun Laundr.v Co 

Brown Bros. Lumber Co 

Brevard Improvement Co 

Melville-Dorsett Drug Co.- 

Clark Real Estate Co 

Walker Pharmacy Co 

Wagram Realty Co... 

Pinehurst Fruit Co 

Apex Mule and Supply Co __. 

Pittman Drug Co 

Southern Exchange Co 

Whitmore Bakery Co 

R. B. Newman Co 

Moore-Herring Hospital Co 

Capudine Chemical Co 

Land Improvement Company of N. C 

Dunn Insurance and Realty Co 

Paschal Bros. Co 

Laurinburg .\gency Co 

Maxton Mercantile Co 

Roanoke Mill Co 

New Hope Gin and Mill Co 

Mount Airy Granite Cutting Co 

Dr. Terry Medicine Co 

China Grove Roller Mills Co 

Wendell Trading Co.... 

W. C. Meadow-s Mill Co 

Wagram Mercantile Co 

8painhour-.Sydnor Dry Goods Co 

Sneed-Markham-Taylor Co 

Randolph Mfg. Co 

Macfee Brodie Drug Co 

North State Ice Co 

Rocky .Mount Ice and Fuel Co 

Edgecombe Bonded Warehouse Co 

Jacobs and Royster Co 

Rockingham Hotel Co 

Elkin Canning Co 

Moore's Mineral Springs Co 

W. L. Brogden Co 

Ayden Lumber Co 

Oak City Steam Laundry Co 

Swansboro Land and Lumber Co 

Carolina Meta] Products Co 

Woodard & VVhitlcy Co 

Standard Co 

Levi Department Stores Co 



General ! Pensions ! Franchise I Total 



84.50 
12.00 i 
12.00 
36.00 



12.00 
36.00 



35.50 


6.00 


1 


41.50 


9.47 


1.60 


6.00 


16.07 


9.94 


1.68 


1 6.00 


16.62 


236.67 


40.00 


' 120.00 


396.67 


3.83 


.65 


5.00 


9.50 


16.57 


2.80 


5.00 


24.37 


11.18 


1.89 


5.00 


18.07 


3.65 


.60 


5.00 


9.15 


18.46 


3.12 


5.00 


26.68 


9.78 


1.66 


5.00 


16.44 


42.60 


7.20 


11.25 


61.05 


5.92 


1.00 


5.00 


11.92 


23.67 


4.00 


8.00 


36.67 


7.10 


1.20 


5.00 


13.30 


8.62 


1.44 


5.00 


14,96 


42.60 


7.20 


7.20 


57.00 


148.68 


25.13 


40.00 


213.81 


2.38 


.40 


5.00 


7.78 


17.24 


2.91 


5.00 


25. 15 


21.30 


3.60 


5.00 


29.90 


18.93 


3.20 


5.00 


27.13 


12.31 


2.08 


6.00 


19.39 


,502.08 


422.89 


400.00 


3,324.97 


1.77 


.30 


5.00 


7.07 


39.82 


6.73 


10.00 


56.56 


4.73 


.80 


5.00 


10.63 


42.60 


7.20 


8.00 


57.80 


28.78 


4.86 


5.00 


38.64 


82.83 


14.00 


5.00 


101.83 


33.13 


6.60 


8.00 


46.73 


28.40 


4.80 


5.00 


38.20 


21.30 


3.60 


5.00 


29.90 


213.00 


36.00 


36.00 


285.00 


9.47 


1.60 


5.00 


16.07 


118.33 


20.00 


15.80 


156.13 


99.40 


16.80 


16.80 


133.00 


8.28 


1.40 


5.00 


14.68 


10.41 


1.76 


5.00 


17.17 


47.33 


8.00 


19.92 


75.25 


20.12 


3.40 


6.00 


28.52 


46.07 


7.79 


9.02 


62.88 


8.28 


1.40 


5.00 


14.68 


3.55 


.60 


6.00 


10.15 


35.22 


5.95 


5.00 


46.17 


142.00 


24.00 


60.00 


226.00 


40.23 


6.81 


19.76 


66.80 


15.38 


2.60 


6.00 


23.98 


40.50 ! 


6.85 


5.00 


52.35 


14.61 


2.47 


5.00 


22.08 



122 



DOC'LMKNT l^O. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — continued. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



November, 191 S. 

Lincoln Lithia Club Co.. 

Pasquotank Hosiery Co 

Cash Clothing Co 

Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation 

BelkParksCo 

D. M. Jones Co _ 

Star Printing Co 

Raleigh Produce Co 

North State Lumber Co 

Carolina Shipbuilding Corporation 

Motor Service Co - 

Greensboro Morris Plan Co _. 

Raleigh Real Estate and Trust Co 

Capital Feed and Grocery Co 

Mount Airy Horizontal and Vertical Gran- 
ite Surfacing Machine Co 

Kinston Mfg. Co 

Standard Storage Co 

Oliver Quartz Co 

Boone Supply Co... 

Claude Brown Co., Inc — - 

Hot Springs Mfg. Co ,.- 

Dare Forest Store Co 

Albemarle Enterprise Publishing Co 

Thomas Mercantile Co 

Capitola Mfg. Co. 

Hutton & Bourbonnais Co 

W. B. Mann & Co 

Zebulon Supply Co... 

Wilson Hardware Co 

. Cherokee Supply Co 

Pates Warehouse Co ." 

Oakboro Drug Co 

Handley-Stallings Hardware Co 

American Investment Co 

Mount Olive Drug Co 

White Lake Lumber Co 

Wilkesboro Mfg. Co 

Miller Lumber Co 

Charles D. Roberts Co 

Pilot Cotton MUls Co.... 

J. D. McLean Co 

Nash Supply Co 

J. L. Overby Co 

Grassy Creek Supply Co 

Twin City Motor Co.. 

Altapass Inn Co 

Appalachian Highway Co 

W. W. SimmsCo... 

Boykin Grocery Co.. 

FayetteviUe Infirmary Go 

Southern Upholstering Co... 

Fidelity Insurance Agency Co 

Linville Improvement Co 



23.07 
47.33 
4.73 



5.92 
71.00 
103.74 
50.53 



138.43 
8.28 
40.23 



11.60 
67.45 



4.73 
383.52 



1.00 
12.00 
17.53 

8.54 

.04 
23.40 
1.40 
6.80 



37.95 


6.41 


10.65 


1.80 


12.15 


2.05 


23.87 


4.03 


14.67 


2.48 


153.83 


26.00 


946.66 


160.00 


21.30 


3.60 


59. 17 


10.00 


66.41 


11.22 


57.51 


9.72 


1.70 


.29 


4.73 


.80 


40.23 


6.80 


2.37 


.40 


14.20 


2.40 


60.53 


10.23 


25.56 


4.32 


32.71 


5.53 


14.20 


2.40 


710.00 


120.00 


20.53 


3.47 


103.90 


17.56 


7.57 


1.28 


7.10 


1.20 


8.76 


1.48 


34.88 


5.90 



14.00 
9.60 
5.00 
5.00 

10.80 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 

16.80 
5.00 



20.00 
16.00 
6.00 

5.00 
12.00 
5.00 



6.00 
8.80 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
26.00 
60.00 
5.00 
6.40 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
52.00 
7.88 
5.00 
5.00 
160.00 
12.00 
13.60 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
20.60 
11.50 I 
5.00 
21.20 
5.00 
5.00 

59.12 



lit 19] 



DOCTMENT No. 5 



123 



Statement D — Continued. 



COBPOBATIONS— ««n.H'nu«d. 



General Penfiions Franchise Total 



November, 1918. 

P. D. Gold Publishing Co 

Coleridge Mfg. Co 

Barber-Clark Cigar and Tobacco Co.... 

Graham Drug Co 

Graham Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

Mayodan Supply Co 

Chapel Hill Insurance and Realty Co- 
Land and Investment Co 

Builders Sash and Door Co 

Wilson Insurance and Realty Co 

Wilson Morris Plan Co... -- 

Carolina Lumber Co 

Henderson Garage and Machine Co 

Mo-Ko Brick Co 

Linn-Mills Co _ 

Corriher Mills Co - 

Corona Chemical Co 

Haywood Cooperage Co... 

Leak Realty Co _ 

O. I. Lloyd Co... 

Norman-Perry Drug Co 

Holcorabe Brothers 

Aaron's Pharmacy 

Operative Trading Co 

W. G. Perry Co... 

Hanover Thread Mills 

Osceola Mills 

Mountain View Mills 

Bretsch'e Bakery _ 

Rocky Mount Furniture Co 

Spray Mercantile Co 

Elkin Ice and Light Co... 

Goldsboro Ice Co 

Reliance Insurance Agency 

Henderson Furniture Co 

Progressive Farmer Co 

H. C. Long Co 

Peoples House Furnishing Co 

Southern Crown Mfg. Co 

Vance Cotton Mills 

Farmers Alliance and Farmers* Union 
Store Co 

H. D. Crayton Co 

Wilbanks Mercantile Co 

Edgecombe Tobacco Warehouse Co 

J. H. Rudisill A Co 

Mutual Stores Co.... 

Turner-White Coffin Co 

LoviU-DixCo 

Investment Trust Co 

Bureau of Credits 

Wilmington Printing Co 

Darnell & Thomas 

Farmers Union Supply Co. 



14.20 
18.81 
59.17 
10.65 

7.10 

9.02 
30.17 
11.71 
29.17 
28.40 
56.24 
94.67 
20.12 
11.00 
236.67 
156.20 

9.47 

5.44 
71.64 

9.47 
65.14 
21.30 
11.83 
18.93 
33.13 
153.83 
355.00 
65.44 

4.75 
17.54 
128.98 
27.63 
59.17 

2.37 
11.83 
177.50 
29.58 
59.17 
47.33 



14.67 

5.92 

9.47 

15.38 

28.40 

12.37 

118.33 

23.26 

.59 

.35 

35.50 

47.33 

10.72 



2.40 
3.18 
10.00 



1.52 
5.10 



40.00 
26.40 



12.11 
1.60 
9.32 I 
3.60 ' 
2.00 : 
3.20 
5.60 

26.00 

60.00 

11.06 
.80 
2.96 

21.80 
4.67 

10.00 
.40 
2.00 

30.00 
5.00 

10.00 
8.00 



2.48 
1.00 



2.09 
20.00 
3.93 



8.00 
1.81 



7.36 I 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 : 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
15.75 
60.00 
5.00 
5.00 
40.00 
26.40 
5.80 
5.00 
22.40 
5.00 
9.32 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.60 
44.00 
60.00 
42.00 
5.00 
5.00 
15.20 
8.00 
13.44 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
52.40 



23.96 
26.99 
74.17 
17.45 
13.30 
15.54 
40.27 
18.69 
39.10 
38.20 
81.49 
170. 67 
28.52 
17.86 
316.67 
209.00 
16.87 
11.36 
106.15 
16.07 
73.78 
29.90 
18.83 
27.13 
44.33 
223.83 
475.00 
118.50 
10.55 
25.. 50 
165.98 
40.30 
82.61 
7.77 
18.83 
227.50 
44.58 
79.17 
65.33 
52.40 

17.15 



5.00 


16.07 


5.00 


22.98 


5.00 


38.20 


5.00 


19.46 


11.72 


150.05 


8.40 


35.59 


5.00 


5.69 


5.00 


6.41 


16.56 


.58.06 


16.20 


71.53 


5.00 


17. .53 



124 



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I Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS— continued. 



November, 1918. 

N. H. Silver Co 

Stephenson-Belk Co 

Robeson Tobacco Warehouse Co 

J. R. Roller & Son Co 

Gordon Hotel Co... 

Novelty Wood Works Co 

MiUer, Robins & Weill. 

F. D. Forester & Co.. 

Hinson Brick and Supply Co... 

Salisbury Cotton Mills 

Observer Company 

Brevard Land and Timber Co 

Hanes Rubber Co 

Carolina Hosiery Mill Co _ _, 

Goldstein & Co 

Desoto Land and Timber Co 

United Cigar Stores of America 

Marcus Lowe Book Agency 

Hendersonville Treonail Co 

Ahoskie Planters Warehouse 

Goldsboro Lumber Co 

Roper Logging and Timber Co 

Spray Drug and Chemical Co 

Boulevard Drug Co 

P. A. Hooker Meat Co 

G. C. Lovell Co 

Barrett Dry Goods Co 

Yadkin Valley Motor Co 

Harriet Cotton Mills 

Nash St. Pharmacy 

Granite Mercantile Co 

Citizens Drug Co 

Cooper's Cooperative Warehouse Co 

Reese-Stowe Co 

Raleigh Roofing and Cornice Co 

Henderson-Snyder Co 

Clements-McDonald Hotel Co 

New Bern Iron Works and Supply Co 

Stonewall Hotel Co 

Stonewall Company 

Anchor Stores Co... 

Granita Company 

Central Land and Development Co -_. 

Middlesex Land Co 

Forest Furniture Co _ 

Farmers Exchange Co 

Cooper's Warehouse Co 

New Williams Mill Co 

Mebane Bedding Co 

Southern Tire Co 1 

Louis K. Leggett Co | 

Parks-Belk Co... 

Grantham Store Co __1 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co 



4.20 
42.60 
11.83 
3.55 
14.20 
23.67 
25.94 
177.50 
11.83 
1.227.35 
201.17 
35.50 
142.00 
23.87 



8.28 

171.78 

121.41 , 

83.63 

7.46 

23.67 

94.67 

117.77 

14.20 

1,715.83 

15.38 

23.43 

4.73 

37.87 

14.20 

26.81 

35.50 

5.68 

118.33 

79.05 

1. 

251.46 

14.36 

40.15 

9.47 

59.40 

14.55 

27.93 

28.40 



57.60 
2.60 



0.71 
7.20 
2,00 
.60 
2.40 
4.00 
4.38 

30.00 

2.00 

207.44 

34.00 
6.00 

24.00 
4.00 



1.40 
29.04 
20.52 
14.13 

1.26 

4.00 
16.00 
19.90 

2.40 
290.00 



6.40 
2.40 j 

4.53 i 



20.00 
13.36 



10.04 
2.46 
4.72 



5.00 
7.20 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

16.40 

5.00 

100.00 

40.00 
5.00 

60.80 
5.00 
5.00 

62.40 

39.39 
5.00 
5.00 



14.00 
5.00 
6.60 
8.40 

16.40 
5,00 
269.80 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.80 : 

5.00 

5.00 

8.00 

5.00 

9.60 

23.20 

5.00 

236.00 

19.60 

6.00 

10.00 

15.92 

47.52 

5.62 

5.00 

34.40 

22.28 

5.00 



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125 



Statement D — Continued. 



RPORATIONS — coiUinued. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



November, 1918. 

VVingo Mfg. Co ..-. ' i 

Bankers Trust and Title Insurance Co [ 

Robeson Loan and Realty Co [ 

Wilson Drug Co.- - 

Uzzle-Davis Co -. 

Farmers Mereantile Co -. 

Selma Motor Car Co 

R. M. Leonard Mercantile Co— 

Warrenton Department Store Co -. 

Dixie Store Co , 

Surry, Wilkes and Yadkin Supply Co.. 

Kevick Rath Mfg. Co 

Bishop's Laundry 

Jenkins Hardware Co 

Woolsley Improvement Co.._ 

Raleigh Coca-Cola Botthng Co. 

Farmers Cotton Od Co 

Henderson Cotton Mills 

H. L. KanipeCo 

Villa Heights Co 

Rockingham Cash Store Co _ 

Hayes Company 

Wendell Publishing Co 

Southern Supply Co 

Western Carolina Wood Co 

Harrison Drug Co _ 

Pomona Mercantile Co 

Birch & Glenn Co 

Spencer Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Hughes & Pace Lumber Co._ 

Seecrest Motor Co 

Wills Book and Stationery Co 

Saulston Lumber Co 

N. C. School Book Depository 

Greensboro-Roanoke Cattle Co 

Spray Wood and Coal Co 

Alliance Potato Co 

Uanlo Mfg. Co 

Henderson Roller Mills 

Spencer Mountain Mills 

Waverly Cotton Mill Co 

Dickson Cotton Mill.., 

Scotland Cotton Mill. 

Farmers Guano Co 

Automobile Suppl.v Co 

Onslow Rod and Gun Club 

Brevard Tannin Co 

Zebulon Warehouse Co 

Piedmont Creamery Co 

Virginia Cotton Mills 

National Aniline and Chemical Co 

Thiem & Bir<l8ong Co 

Greenleaf-Johnson Lumber Co 

Proctor Hotel Co 



10.57 
57.17 

8.28 : 
16.09 
23.67 
33.96 
12.41 

4.73 
90.18 

5.21 

7.10 
30.77 
20.12 
47.33 

6.51 

18.93 

355.00 

1,656.66 

5.92 
23.67 
10.65 

8.28 

2.25 
22.12 

2.37 
16.57 
10.65 

9.47 

5.92 
14.20 

5.92 
25.07 
21.89 
16.57 
12.82 
17.99 

5.92 
477.00 
31.48 
370. 15 
591.66 
473.33 
295.83 
142.00 

1.18 

4.73 
532.50 



20.86 
393.07 
85.20 



1.79 
10,00 
1.40 
2.72 
4.00 
5.74 
2.10 
.80 
15.24 
.88 
1.20 
5.20 
3.40 
8.00 
1.10 
3.20 
60.00 
280.00 
1.00 
4.00 
1.80 
1.40 



1.80 

1.60 I 

1.00 

2.40 

1.00 I 

4.24 

3.70 I 

2.80 

2.16 

3.04 

1.00 

80.62 
5.32 

62.56 
100.00 

8o:oo 

60.00 

24.00 

.20 



3.53 
66.43 
14.40 



5.00 
32.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.18 
o.OO 
5.00 
6.40 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 
5.00 
38.80 
268. 80 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
14.58 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
73.24 
10.00 
40.00 
1110.00 
80.00 
48.06 
80.00 
5.00 
5.00 
120.00 
5.00 
5.00 
40.00 
6.00 

76.00 
24.60 



17.36 
99.17 
14.68 
23.81 
32.67 
44.88 
19.51 
10.53 
111.82 
11.09 
13.30 
43.97 
28.52 
63.33 
12.61 
27.13 
453.80 
2,205.46 
11.92 
32.67 
17.45 
14.68 
7.63 
30.86 
7.77 
24.37 
17.45 
25.65 
11.92 
21.60 
11.92 
34.31 
30.59 
24.37 
19.98 
26.03 
11.92 
630.86 
46.80 
472.71 
791.66 
633.33 
393.89 
246.00 
6.38 
10.53 
742.50 
15.51 
10.12 
40.00 
5.00 
24.39 
S34.50 
124.20 



126 



Document No. 5 



[Sessiou 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATIONS — Continued, 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



November, 19T8. 

McLellan Stores Co .| $ 

Suburban Land Co 

Stokes Tobacco Warehouse Co _. 

Statesville Drug Co 

Reighard Lumber Co 

Mount Airy Orchard Co _ _ 

Kelford Mercantile Corporation 

John M. Scott & Co.. 

Scotland Supply Co 

Angier Mercantile and Realty Co 

Farmville Lumber Co 

Martin Memorial Hospital Co 

Bean Bros. Mercantile Co.. 

Ivanhoe Mfg. Co __ 

Leaksville Mercantile Co 

Trent River Lumber Co 

Aycock Bros. & Co... _ 

Alexander Hardware Co 

ReidsWlIe Hardware Co 

Royal Furniture Co _.. 

Allen-Moss Hardware Co __ 

Belk-Harry Co ! 

Earnhardt Mfg. Co 

Capital Cigar Co 

Wilts Veneer Co ; 

Swift & Co .].... 

James Stewart & Co j 

Western Electric Co 

Buckeye Water Co 

Georgia Chemical Works Co.. 



171.46 
27.18 
7.10 
14.20 
18.93 
21.52 
11.83 

177.50 
71.00 
9.87 
23.68 
40.37 
10.65 

532.50 
13.32 
29.81 
36.20 
5.30 
27.22 
15.34 
9.47 
43.78 

101.78 
12.00 

769.16 



28.98 
4.59 
1.20 
2.40 
3.20 
3.64 
2.00 

30.00 

12.00 
1.60 
4.00 
6.82 
1.80 

90.00 
2.25 
5.04 
6.12 
.90 
4.60 
2.59 
1.60 
7.40 

17.20 

2.03 

1.30.00 



Totals 

Grand totals.. 



$ 115,407.17 t 19,505.61 



CORPORATION AD VALOREM PENALTIES. 

Received on above account as follows- 
December, 1917. 

Taylor & Phipps 

Briggs Mercantile Co 

Ashe\'ille Development Co 

Asheville Paint and Glass Co 

Evening News Publishing Co 

February, 1918. 

Polk-Gray Drug Co.. 

Miller-McLain Supply Co - - 

J. K. Morrison Grocery and Produce Co., 1916 

J. K. Morrison Grocery and Produce Co., 1916 

Wolf Mountain Lumber Co - 



47.93 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.82 
5.00 

26.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
9.72 
5.00 
100.61 [ 
6.44 I 

14.00 I 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
9.76 
5.00 



426.00 
5.00 
6.15 
5.00 
33.10 



t 29,3.58.96 $ 164,271.74 



S 119,683.36 I i 464,860.40 




11.07 
11.30 
16.56 



19191 



Doc 



127 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORA! 

March, 1918. 

Giant Lumber Co., 



ALTIEB— fO?i(l» 



1915 



April, 1918. 

Caldwell Land and Lumber Co 

Caldwell Land and Lumber Co 

Deal Tanning Co 

New Bern Publishing Co 

Grimsley & Bullock Gin Co 

Insurance Realty and Investment Co.. 
S. J. Telephone Co 



31.86 
13.33 
43.00 

1.38 
.69 

1.94 



t 


1.52 




19.30 




.11 




3.35 




l.ll 



May, 1918. 

Moretz-Whitener Clothing Co 

J. & D. Tire and Rubber Co 

De Rhodes Co... 

Taylor & Phipps Co 

Perry-Angier Co - _ - 

Briggs Mercantile Co 

Branch-King Cigar Co _ 

Saluda Pharmacy Co 

Tryon Hotel Co | 6.92 

Springs MiU Co 1.38 

Hunnycutt & Co 4.43 

Hart Drug Co.. .62 

Fairvnew Cemetery Co 

Albemarle Mercantile Co 

Albemarle Enterprise Publishing Co 1. 11 

Caltolina Land and Lumber Co 2.10 

Interstate Land Co I 2.67 

Marshallburg Hunting Club 

West Tarboro Land Improvement Co 

City Guarantee and Title Co 

Griffin Drug Co | .97 

S. J. Watson Co I .28 

Joseph A. Isley & Bro. Co ' 8.07 

Stonehaven Hotel Co 15 91 

Hyde County Telephone Co i .69 

Dare County Telephone Co I .33 

Franklin Light and Power Co 2.90 ! 

June. 1918. i 

Burnside Fish and Farm Products ' $ 0.40 

McGraw Dry Goods 1 1.66 

Holmwood Realty Co 4.15 

Guarantee Shoe Co .46 

Brown Hardware Co 6.92 

E. Grady & Son 1.28 

Franklin Land Co .91 

McKmne Bros. Co.. 19.92 

Wood Supply Co i 4.15 

Marion Novelty Co | 2.38 

Ivie Bros. Live Stock Co 1.43 

Wentworth Mercantile Co .36 I 

Kirksey & Co ,83 i 

Mount Airy Guano Co .28 t 

Granite City Realty and Trust Co 4.00 

Granite City Realty and Trust Co 1.78 ' 

F. L. Smith Hardware Co... 4.78 



128 



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[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION AD VALOREM PENALTII 

June, 1918. 

Hawks-Robertson Drug Co 

Hawks Drug Co 

Wayne Drug Co 

Hicks & Hawley Co.. Inc 

Hill Printing Co 

Gattis Realty Co 

Continental Mfg. Co 

Forest Hill Realty Co 

T. C. Toomey Planing and Heating Co 

Charlotte Storage and Battery Mfg. Co _. 

Dixie Spindle and Flyer Co 

Relay Mfg. Co 

Dr. D. S. Waller Co., Inc 

Matthews Mfg. Co 

American Cotton Manufacturera Association.. 

Forest Hill Realty Co 

Remedy Sales Co.. 

Dr. D. S. Waller Co., Inc... 

Auten*s Auto Hire Co 

Belliveau Co., Inc... 

Blue Ridge Land Co.... 

City Realty Co 

National Brick and Tile Co 

Stone-Barringer Book Co 

Surface Hill Mining and Milling Co 

Continental Mfg. Co 

Club Acres Co 

George K. Hummel Co _ 

Charlotte Cotton Fibre Co 

Forest Hill Realty Co 

Rosemont Co 

Methodist Colony Co 

Patterson Drug Co 



July, 1918. 

Toxoway Tanning Co ; $ 

Armfield Co 

Rowland Supply Co - 

Mingo Union Gin Co . 

Healing ^prings Co - 

I.«onard'8 Cafe Co -. 

Pamlico Brick and Tile Co 

Citizens Mercantile Co 

Cole-Daniels Hardware Co 

Ijans Lumber Co 

Warren Pharmacy Co., Inc - _ 

New Era Publishing Co 

Davidson Publishing Co 

Brunswick Count.v Lumber Co 

Lexington Mint-Cola Bottling Co 

Red Springs Hotel Co 

Shannon Mercantile Co.. 

Maxton Drug Co - 

Maxton Auto Co 

Dr. Edmund Chemical Co.... 

B. B. Hardware Co.. 

Rowan Canning Co 



1.38 
1.38 



11.07 
1.11 



14.65 
1.66 



2.17 
7.37 



69.17 
5.53 
3.04 
.28 
1.38 

14.00 
1.25 



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Document No. 5 



129 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION AI 

July. 1918. 

Saliabury Brick Co 

Quality Clothing Co 

Peelers Printery Co 

R. M. Norman Co 

Graj' Veneer and Panel Co 

J. K. Morrison Grocery and Produce Co. 

Pink Mfg. Co. 

Kings Mountain Cotton Seed Oil Co 



^LTIES — continued. 



11.07 
2.91 
2.21 



August. 1918. 

Eureka Drug Co -- 

ArdmoreCo..... 

Winston-Salem Loan and Investment Co... 

Winston Realty Co 

Westbrook Drug and Floral Co 

Franklin Real Estate Co --.. 

Engle Land Co 

American .Subsoil Plow and Manufacturing Co.. 
East Marion Realty Co... 



0.14 
1.25 



2.42 
1.50 



5.38 
1.11 



September, 1918. 
Farmers Union Storage Co.. 
Gilmore Live Stock Co 



October, 1918. 

George T. Wood Dry Goods Co.. 

Scales Audit Co.... 

Wright Hinge and Lock Co 

.-Vmerican Realty and .\uction Co 

Lindsay Table Co 

Carolina Real Estate and Insurance Co 

Farris Publishing Co 

Gardner-Hill Mining Co 

Greensboro Book Co 

High Point Rental and Collecting .\gency.. 

High Point Stone Co 

King-Cola Bottling Co 

Scales .\udit Co _ 

Southern Car Co _. 

Southern Stock Fire Insurance Co 

Southern Underwriters Co 

Underwriters of Greensboro 

Wood Bros., Inc 

■ Gibsonville Telephone Co 



1.64 
1.38 
1.38 



1.94 
.28 
7.07 
18.32 
30.08 
15.65 
1.11 
.97 



RPOBATION FRANCHISE PENALTIES. 

eived on above account as follows 



December, 1917. 
Hamilton Realty Co.. 



January, 1918. 
Morrison-Neese Furniture Co.. 

Stephens-Howard Co 

Freeze-Bacon Hosiery Mills... 



0.75 
.75 
2.22 



9 — Part I — ml 



130 



DOCFMENT l^O. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued, 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE PENALTIES— COnd'rtWed, 

January. 1918. 

Hertford County Farmers Union Warehouse Co 

Elliott Furniture Co 

Harness Vehicle and Supply Co 

High Point Veneer and Panel Co .._ 

Rector Publishing Co 

Torrence Drug Co 

Home Ice Co.... 

Clerk Clothing Co - 

Maiden MilUng and Mfg. Co 

Independent Insurance and Investment Co 

McBrayer Clothing Co- 

Yerkes Chemical Co... 

Piedmont Wagon and Mfg. Co — 

Riverside Brick Co... .- _ 

Observer Printing House 

Diamond Back Terrapin Co _. 

Beaufort Drug Co 

Bland Farming Co 

McKethan Land Co 

Fidelity Cotton Warehouse Co 

Uzzle-Davis Co 

North State Development Co 

Rocky Mount Insurance and Realty Co 

Merchants and Farmers Bonded Warehouse 

Catawba Furniture Co 

Taylor-Cannady Buggy Co 

Winston-Salem Chero-Cola Bottling Co ._ 

Crouch Cabinet Co 

Charlotte Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Allen Brothers 

Piedmont Publishing Co 

Brown Mfg. Co 

Lincolnton Insurance and Realty Co 

Public Hardware Co 

Page Trust Co 

Thies-Smith Co 

Carlton-Hackney Drug Co 

Sunnyside Ice and Fuel Co 

Armstrong Grocery Co 

Daniels Gin and Lumber Co — 

Mebane Iron Bed Co 

Howerton Drug Store Co... 

Stewart Livery Co. 

Dundarrach Trading Co 

Grant Furniture Co 

Norcutt Mills Co.... 

City Hospital 

Hertford Hardware and Supply Co 

J. B. Faircloth & Co 

Southside Development Co.. 

Femury Company 

Cutler-Blades Hardware Co 

Miller-McLain Supply Co 

Marion Lumber Co 

Frankliuville Lumber Co 

Colonial Apartment House 

Patterson Company ._ 

Piedmont Cigar Stores 



.75 
.75 
81.00 
2.22 
1.50 
1.92 
.75 
.75 



1.50 
6.00 
1.20 

2.40 
3.60 



1919] 



Document JJ'o. 5 



131 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPOBATION FBAXCHISE PEN. 

Januaiy, 1918. 

Adams Grain and Provision Co _. 

Hoke Mercantile Co 

Central Hardware Co 

New Bern Plumbing and Hardware Co.. 

Kenly Insurance and Realty Co 

Independence Drug Co __. 

Lexington Mercantile Co __ _ 

Springless Shade Co.. 

Cherokee Lumber Co 

L. M. Foushee Co ]""" 

Klutz Furniture Co... 

Guilford County Mercantile Co 

R. G. Sloan Motor Co [[_, 

Unagusta Mfg. Co 

W. W. Rankin Co .----.""".".! 

Piedmont Hardware Co 

Home Plumbing and Machine Co 

Snider & Fletcher Co 

Forest- Hill Co .-.."!.""^" 

Asheville .\p3rtments Co 

Gibsonville Store Co 

Chero-Cola Botthng Co 

Smith-Wadsworth Hardware Co 

Tobin Contracting Co 

Transou Hat Co 

Corinth Company _, 

Package Co... 

Tranquil Park Sanatorium... 

Seaboard Milling Co 

Roanoke .\ venue Development Co 

Roanoke Realty Co.... 

Roanoke Rapids Real Estate Co. 

W. M. Xe«-ton Co '" 

Alliance Mfg. Co 

Dijon Motor Service Co 

Greensboro Motor Car Co 

Cortland <t Co 

Clarendon Laundry Co.... 

Moncure Mill and Gin Co 

Puett-Southerland Co .". 

High Point Milling Co ..!!...!... 

Winston Jobbing Co ......... 

Sloan Clothing Co.. 

Durham Buggy Co 

Dublin Real Estate Co.... 

Cleveland .MiU and Power Co ...._ 

Interstate Improvement Co 

Craven Supply Co 

Sheppard Drug Co 

Williams MiUingCo 

Charles D. Roberts Co !!.!!].!]]^ 

A. V. Driver Co 

Riverside Land Co 

Alleghany Heights Co 

Tryon Drug Co. 

Marion Cash Feed Co 



l-TlEa—contimied. 



3.00 
1.50 I 



132 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE PENALTIES — continued. 

February, 1918. 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co ._. 

Torre nce-M orris Co 

Farmers Mutual Tobacco Warehouse 

Weldon Realty Co -— 

Weldon Ice Co 

Columbus Trading Co 

Louisburg Motor Co 

Dorsett Land Co 

Diamond Furniture Co 

Stokea Supply Co 

Luraberton Motor Car Co 

Elkin Ice and Light Co.. -- - 

Todd Insurance Agency - 

W. B. Thorpe & Co 

Jackson County Journal 

Shipman Organ Co 

Carolina Marble and Granite Co '.. 

Electric BottUng Co 

Clark-Lynch Lumber Co 

Nash Mercantile Co 

Wilmington Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co -... 

Southern Pines Real Estate and Insurance Agency. __ 

Wilmington Coca-Cola Bottling Works 

Little River Lumber Co 

Capitola Mfg. Co.. 

Oak Ridge Supply Co - , 

Goose Grease Co.- 

Thomasville Hardware Co 

Carolina Real Estate Trust Co ., 

Salisbury Realty and Insurance Co -. 

Durham Publishing Co 

Galloway Dairy Co 

Allen-Lyon Co.. 

Lubin Furniture Co ^ 

Womack-Stone Co .-. 

Cherryville Roller Mills Co 

Lyerly Milling Co --.- 

Hugh McRae & Co 

Woodside Lumber Co — 

Jackson & Bell Co 

Fidelity Trust and Development Co 

Standard Cement Construction Co 

Blair-Hoskins Co 

Bostian Shoe Co 

Universal Oil and Fertilizer Co 

Silverton-Morrisett Co _ 

North Main Street Grocery Co... 

J. S. Moore & Co - 

Pilot Insurance and Realty Co 

Carolina Feed and Lumber Co 

Pitt Lumber and Mfg. Co .-. 

Pitt Lumber Co 

Austin-Stephenson Co 

Parkinson-Green Co -.-- 

Aberdeen Power and Mill Co 

Buckhorn Lithia Water Co 

Jolinston-McCubbins Investment Co 

Dobson-Sills Shoe Co 



1.70 
1.11 



1.02 


1.50 


.96 


.75 


11.70 


5.40 



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Document No. 5 



133 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION FBANCHISE PENALTIES — continued. 

February, 1918. 

Farmers Warehouiie Co 

StatesviUe Plaster and Cement Co 

Statesville Mint-Cola Bottling Co 

Bridgoton Lumber Co 

Southport Investment and Producta Co 

Barnes Bros. Drug Co 

High Point Mfg. Co 

Dixie Music Co 

Lee Furniture Co 

Spencer Clothing and Shoe Co 

Pittman-McCall Co 

T. O. Sharp Marble and Granite Co 

\V. M. Lang Co. 

Clarkton Furniture and Buggy Co 

E. L. Matthews Candy Co 

Fidelity Insurance and Realty Co 

Roberson Development Co 

Capital .\musement Co 

Gold Bond Chemical Co 

Piedmont Drug Co 

Thompson Drug Co 

■United Realty Co 

R. R. Beatty Co.. 

Charlotte Loan and Realty Co 

Traders Land Co 

Ludwick Milling Co 

Twin City Grocery Co 

Zebulon Hosiery Mills Co 

McCorkle Furniture Co 

Liberty Hill Store Co 

Mint-Cola Bottbng Co 

Craig-Little Realty and Insurance Co 

Farmers Supply Store Co.._- 

Tar River Oil Co 

Tabor Drug Co , 

Vincland Dry Goods Co. 

Home Real Estate Co 

Pamlico Commbsion Co 

Jones-Stone Printing Co 

Parkton Pharmacy Co 

Standard Real Estate and Trust Co 

Peoples Supply Co 

Kannapolis Lumber Co 

Hargrove Chemical Co.. 

Electric Chemical Co 

McGee Drug Co 

Builders Sash and Door Co... 

Whiteland Insurance and Realty 

Henry Bryan Co _ _ 

Shaw Mclx-od Co 

Barber-Paachal Lumber Co 

White & Gough. Inc 

Clinton Milling Co 

Wayne Distributing Co 

Nahunta Hardware Co 

Wilmington Grocery Co 

Waller. G. A., A Co 

Automobile Supply Co 



1.06 
1.11 
1.23 



134 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE PENALTIES — Continued. 
FebruatY. 191S. 

Robert H. Fulghum Co... 

Salisbury Morris Plan Co 

Rowe & Roach Co 

Wishart Co 

Cape Fear Machine Works Co 

Fuel, Ice and Storage Co 

Southside Drug Co 

Guilford Lumber Mfg. Co 

Kinston Publishing Co 

Star Warehouse Co 

Law Building Co 

Carter-Evans Lumber Co 

Lindsay & McMeachern Lumber Co 

Rocky River Land, Lumber and Mining Co.. 

Columbia Supply Co 

Walkover Boot Shop 

Novelty Wood Works Co 

Columbia Casket Co 

Rural Supply Co 

Imperial Clothing Co 

Seaboard Feed and Produce Co 

Florence Lumber Co 

Mitchell Bros. Co ,- 

Richardson-James Co 

Merchants Warehouse Co 

Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Co 

Lans Lumber Co 

Spray Wood and Coal Co 

Calypso Supply Co 

Raleigh Insurance and Realty Co 

Phillips & Co 

Hudson Grocery Co 

Arey Hardware Co 

Townsville Tobacco Warehouse Co 

Blue Ridge Land Co 

Yadkinville Buggy Co 

Pine Level Hardware Co.. 

Chesqua Co... -- 

Sterhng Mills Co.. 

Maxton Gin Co 

Spray-Reidsville Motor Co 

High Point Furniture Show Rooms Co — 

Harmon Engineering Co 

James Shields Farming Co 

Piedmont Realty and Auction Co 

Deal Tanning Co 

Battleboro Oil Co 

Dunn Clothing Co... ._'. 

Forest Furniture Co 

Carolina Motor Equipment Co 

Farmers Ginning and Supply Co 

Maiden Cotton Mills Co... 

Lexington PubUshing Co 

Hurdle Loan and Insurance Co 

Gibson Drug Stores Co 

State Co ..- 

M. P. Gallup Co - 

Von Cannon Mill Work 



0.75 
3.00 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



135 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE FESAhTlES— Continued. 

February, 1918. 

Carolina Tobacco Warehouse Co 

Forest City Loan and Insurance Co _ 

Monroe Creamery .-Vasociation 

Ridgeway Trading Co _ 

Emporia Coca-Cola Bottling Co 


t 0.95 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 

1.20 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 

1.69 
.75 
.75 
.75 

1.20 

1.74 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 

3.90 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.76 
.75 
.75 
.75 

1.38 
.75 

8.87 
.75 

1.08 

1.80 
.75 
.75 
.96 
.81 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 

1.68 

1.56 








Farmers and Merchants Cotton Warehouse Co 












R. D. Clark Granite Co.-- -. --. 




Bessemer Ginning Co _ 












Long Branch Ginning Co 




Chadbourn Mfg. Co.-.- 

Waynesville Furniture Co 












B. L. HineCo 




J. B. King Co 




















Piedmont Lumber Co 








Suburban Land Co 
























H. S. Storr Co 












Wciler Land Co... 












Fleischmann Co 












Brown-Grier Iron Works 












N. C. Steel and Iron Co 
















M. C. Powell & Co 








Yadkin Valley Mill and Lumber Co 












Stcrhng Store Co 





136 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Oontinued. 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE PENALTIES — COntin 

February. 1918. 

Dundee Farm Co — 

Lucama Drug Co 

Moody-Woodard Grocery Co 

Holland Realty and Insurance Co. — -. 

Babcock Lumber Co... 

Spencer Building Co 

Graf-Davis-CoUett Co 

Gordon Industrial Corporation 

Galena Signal Oil Co 

Fiske-Carter Construction Co 

Washington Realty Co 

Tomlinson & Co 

Miss Pearl Creech Co 

Carolina Jitney Co.. __- 

Shell-Mitchell Grocery Co - 

Farmers Cooperative Co - 

Studebaker Corporation 

Jackson & Powers Co.. Inc 

Main .Street Pharmacy Co.. -.. - 

Wilson Farmers Union Warehouse Co.._ _. 

Union Furniture Co 

Petrie Printing Co.— 

National Wood Distilling Co --. 

Gibsonville MilUng Co.... 

Ellerbe Insurance and Realty Co . 

Hines Lumber Co 

Southern Card Clothing and Reed Co... 

Graham Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

Graham Drug Co 

Double Duty Saving System 

Farmers Cooperative Fertilizer Co 

Star Publishing Co 

New River Outing Investment Co 

Arrington Investment Co 

Marine Lumber Co 

Farmville Brick and Ice Co.. 

Guilford Wholesale Grocery Co... 

Norwood Development Co 

Orange Lumber Co 

A. F. Hartsell Co... 

Arrow-Cola BottUng Co... 

Jita-ColaCo 

Union Gin and Warehouse Co 

Walnut Cove Warehouse Co.... 

Williamston Land and Improvement Co 

Barfield-Baker Co 

Talc Products Co 

Ideal Table Co 

Central Building Co 

Wilbon Furniture Co 

LiUington Oil Mill Co 

Dunn Oil Mills Co 

Wolf Mountain Lumber Co.. 1916.... 

« Mills Co 



1.20 
1.23 



1919] 



Doci 



Xo. 



137 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE PENALTIES — Continued. 

March. 1918. 

Ogburn Bros. Realty Co. --- 

Broud Acre Ranch Co ..-. 

Growera Tobacco Warehouse Co _ 

HendersonviUe--\sheville Traffic Service 

Brushy .Mountain Land Co 

Cagle Mountain Improvement Co.- 

Dunns Hock Building Co 

Wilmington Cooperative Truck Growers .\ssociation, 1915.. 
Wilmington Cooperative Truck Growers Association, 1916.. 
Wilmington Cooperative Truck Growers .f^ssociation, 1917.. 

Central Land Co 

White Mfg. Co 

Durham Coca-Cola BottUng Co 

Mebane Motor Co 

Newberry Bros. & Cowell Co 

American Motor Co 

Joyner-Jones Furniture Co 

Gastonia Garage Co 

Gastonia Hardware Co 

Hotel Building Co 

R. J. Jordan & Co 

Watson Co 

Oregon Supply Co 

J. W. Smitherman Co 

Winston-Blanks Drug Co 

Hickory .Seed Co.. 

McDonald & Thomas Co 

Hooker &. Anthony 

Midwood Realty Co 

Union Ne»-s Co 

Tryon Paper Boi Co 

Continental Security Co.. 

Broadway .\musement Co 

Haywood Garage Co 

R. B. Crawford & Co 

UniU'd States Tin Co 

Southern Paving Construction Co... 

Varina Improvement Co 

Edgcrton Salt Brick Co. 

Sanitary Steam Laundry Co 

White Ice Cream Co 

Wilson Cafe Co 

Trent River Marl and Lime Co 

Sadie M. King Co., Inc 

Panacea Springs Co 

Richmond Insurance and Realty Co 

Barrow G. Collier Co.. Inc 

Hornet Realty Co 

Iredell Hardware Co 

Dixie Bond and Mortgage Co 

Millard-Stikcleather Co 

Henderson Book Co 

Lakeview Recreation Co , 

King-Cola BottUng Co 

Peoples Drug Co 

Sylva Mica and Kaolin Mining Co... 

High Point Enterprise Co 

Laurel Park Street Ry. Co 

Martin County Brick and Tile Co 

J. A. Hart Drug Co 

Zebulon Tobacco Co 



3.42 
l.SO 



138 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE PENALTIES — Continued. 
April, 1918. 

Roanoke Paper Bos Co _. 

Pace Wood and Timber Co.— -_ 

Brickton Brick Co 

B. H. Stephens Co _ 

Gibsonville Drug Co 

Globe Warehouse Co -_. 

Nash County Mfg. Co 

Standard Company of Raleigh 

Bretsch Bakery, Inc — 

Aberdeen Realty and Insurance Co... .__ 

Selma Motor Car Co 

Farmers Mercantile Co 

Dudley Lumber Co... 

Carolina Ore Co 

Blue Ridge Furniture Co . __. 

Rabb-Carpenter Mfg. and Land Improvement Co 

North Charlotte Furniture Co 

Oriental Ice and Development Co 

Sampson Lime Mfg. Co 

Caldwell Land and Lumber Co., 1916 

Caldwell Land and Lumber Co.. 1915 

Eureka Drug Co 

National Column Co 

Winston Printing Co.. 

Barbee's Cigar and Tobacco Co -.. 

Central Realty Co 

Metal Tobacco Hogshead Co _. 

Southern Motion Picture Co 

Coleman Bros. Co _ 

Cabinet Veneer Co 

Old Fort Bargain Store Co 

Rutherfordton Transfer Co _ 

Rutherfordton Transfer Co 

Candler Department Store Co 

May, 1918. 

Pink Mfg. Co 

Branch-King Cigar Co 

Apex Paper Co 

Conrad Realty Co 

Charlotte Bonded Warehouse Co 

Griffin Drug Co _. 

Franklin Land Co 

Wood Supply Co -.- 

McKinnie Bros. Co _. 

Carolina Real Estate and Insurance Co _. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Pamlico Brick and Tile Co 

Gaston Republican Publishing Co ._ 

Builders Mfg. Co — 

Christian-Ewing Co 

Cerro Cordo Drug Co 

The Hall Co - 

Sterchi-Bancroft-Rich Co 

Southern Realty and Development Co _ 

Rocky Mount Base Ball Club... 

Healing Springs Co - - 

Spring Mills Co - 



18.77 
3.00 
.75 



1.20 
3.00 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



139 



Statks£ent D — Continued. 



CORPORATION FR\NCH 

May. 1918. 

F. L. Smith Hardware Co - 

Dr. Edmund Chemical Co.- 

Tosoway Lumber Co — 

Nahunta Brick and Improvement Co 

Auto Sales and Exchange Co .- 

McShane Mercantile Co 

Suburban Realty Co _. 

Obershain Construction Co.- 

Blake Car Step Works... 

Saluda Pharmacy Co 

Federal Trust Co 

Weldon Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works 

Warren Pharmacy Co 

Franklin Real Estate Co 

Winston Realty Co 

Home Ice and Fuel Co 

Standard Ice Co -- 

Johnson & Johnson Co 

Burnside Fish and Farm Products Co 

Fisheries Product Co 

Mecklenburg Farms Co 

Relay Mfg. Co.. -.. 

Highland Farms Co -- 

Enterprise Packing Co 

P. J. Hunnycutt & Co 

Stone Publishing Co 

Stone-Barringer Book Co 

Caltolina Land and Lumber Co — 

Farmers Ginning and Milling Co 

Charlotte Cotton Fibre Co - 

Carolina-Barytes Co 

Franklin Light and Power Co. 

Cape Fear Hardware Co 

Knox Tailoring Co _. 

Oak Lawn Cemetery. Inc 

Interstate Land Co 

Hart Drug Co ---. 

Southern Furniture Co 

Leonards Cafe Co 

Statseville Gas. Light and Fuel Co 

Dixie Realty Co 

Seagroves Ford Transportation Co 

West Tarboro Land and Improvement Co 

Marahallhurg Hunting Club 

Crutchfield Trace Lock Co.... 

Perry-.\ngier Co 

Armfield Co.... 

City Realty Co 

Wood Brothers Co 

Ray Printing Co 

Gilmer-Moore Co 

Tranquil Park Co 

Trade Street Grocery Co 

M. Cortland Co 

Mazton Auto Co 

Wright Hinge and Lock Co - 

BrigEa Mercantile Co 

Concord Hospital Co 



6.00 
6.00 



2.10 
1.05 



140 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE PENALTIES — continued. 

May, 1918. 

Kure Land and Development Co 

Capital Apartment Co 

Valley Mining Co _ 

Kings Mountain Cotton Seed Oil Mill Co 

Insurance. Realty and Investment Co 

Fair Bluff Ginning Co 

Burgaw Union Warehouse Co 

Ed. G. White Motor Co 

Shannon Mercantile Co 

Rowland Supply Co 

East End Department Store Co 

Taylor & Phipps Co 

Albemarle Enterprise Publishing Co 

West Jefferson Hotel Co 

Raleigh Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.. 

Imperial Cotton Oil Co 

King-Crowell Drug Co 

Osceola Lake Co _ 

Harrisburg Improvement Co 

Armfield-Griffith Co 

White Drug Co 

Moretz-Whitener Clothing Co 

Schloss, Bear & Davis Co 

Watkins Lumber Co..-. 

Southern Development Co... 

Bertie Machinery and Motor Works 

Abrasive Mining Co 

Provident Land Co 

Mingo Union Gin Co 

Shepards Chemical Co 

Mc.\uley, Yorke & Rogers Co 

Beliiveaus. Inc 

R. M. Norman Co.. 

Cole-Daniels Hardware Co 

Security Loan and Realty Co... 

Mutual Trust Co 



0.75 
1.64 



June, 1918. 

Kirksey & Co 

Macon County Supply Co 

Zebulon Cotton Oil Co 

, E. Grady & Son Co 

Hendersonville Furniture Co.. 

LeGwin Printing Co 

July, 1918. 
Citizens Mercantile Co 



October, 1918. 
Hicks & Howley, Inc.. 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



141 



Statetment D — Continued. 



CORPORATION TAX — BTATE DEP.UITMENT. 

Received on above account aa follows; 



December, 1917. 
Winston-Salem Southbound Ry. Co... 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

January, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of .State.. 

February, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

March, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

April, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

May, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

June. 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

July, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

August, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

September, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

October. 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

November, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



448.00 
2,332.70 



$ 2,780.70 
3,545.50 
2,241.00 







. 


50.00 


i 


33,881.15 




NMENT. 




DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— RURAL ENTERTA 

Received on above account as follows: 
May, 1918. 


t 








50.00 


June, 1918. 


s 


50.00 






50.00 


August, 1918. 
W. C Crosby 


% 


50.00 






50.00 


October, 1918. 
Hoke .Motion Picture Service 


i 


50.00 
2C.0C 










70.00 








Total 


t 


220.00 















142 



Document [N'o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued, 



EXPRESS COMPANIES— PRI^^LEOE TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December, 1917. 
Southern Express Co., 1918.. 



EXPRESS COMPANIES— PROPERTY TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 



October, 1918. 

Southern Express Co- 



FEES, ATTORNET-QENERAL. 

Received on above account as follows: 



June, 1918. 
J, S. Manning, Attorney-General., 



July. 1918. 

J. S. Ma; 



ng. Attorney-General.. 



PEES, BANK EXAMINATION BURPLCB. 

Received on above account as follows: 



January, 1918. 
N. C. Corporation Commission.. 



FEES, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December. 1917. 

San t ford Martin, Private Secretary.. 



January, 1918. 

Santford Martin, Private Secretary.. 



Febiuary, 1918. 

Santford Martin, Private Secretary.. 



Mareh, 1918. 

Santford Martin, Private Secretary. 



April, 1918, 

Santford Martin, Private Secretary.. 



May. 1918. 

Santford Martin, Private Secretary.. 





313.50 




545.00 




362.50 




352.50 




222.50 



$ 272.00 



1919] Document No. 5 

Statement D — Continued, 

FEES, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. — Continued. 
June. 1918. 

Santford Martin, Private Secretary. _, 

July, 1918. 
Santford Martin, Private Secretary. 

August, 1918. 
Santford Martin, Private Secretary --. 

September, 1918. 
Santford Martin, Private Secretary 

October, 1918. 
Santford Martin, Private Secretary 

November, 1918. 
Santford Martin, Private Secretary 

Total- 

FEES, INSUR-VNCB DEPARTMENT. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 

January, 1918. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner. _ 

February, 1918. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner _ 

March, 1918. 
J. H. Young, Insurance Commissioner , 

April, 1918. 

J. K. Young, Insurance Commissioner _ _ 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner _ _ __, 

May, 1918. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 

June. 1918. 
J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner 

July, 1918. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner _ , 

August, 1918. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissiocer 

Total. 



143 



3.948.00 
1,000.00 




144 Document No. 5 

Statement D — Continued. 

FEE8, STATE DEPABTMENT. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State 

January. 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State 

February, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

March, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

April, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State - 

May, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

June, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of .State 

July, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State.. 

August, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretaiy of State 

September, 1918. 
.1. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State , 

October, 1913. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

November, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

Total. 

FEES. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December. 1917, 

Kingsland Van Winkle, Asheville, exchanging bonds 

F. A. Piersnn. Blanche 

Estate N, W. Ferebee. exchanging bonds 

W. Stamps Howard, exchanging bonds 

January, 1918. 
Walter T. Little, exchanging bonds. 

February, 1918, 
Mrs. Pattie B. Crawford, exchanging bonds .... 

April, 1918, 

J. A. Hnbbs. transferring bonds 

Estate N. M. Ferebee. exchanging bonds 



[Session 



$ 


4.00 




2.00 




36.00 




36.00 


s 


4.00 


t 


2.00 


$ 


2.00 




14.00 



1919] Document No. 5 

Statement D — Continued, 

FEEB, TREABCBT DEPARTMENT — continued. 

May. 1918. 
Charles Robert Bailey, trustee, exchanging bonds 

June, 1918. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Ph. Schmidt, exchanging bond 

N. M. Ferebee. Jr., Oxford, exc. reg. for con. bond 

Miss Henry Clark Metts, trans, reg. bond _ 

N. M. Ferebee, Oxford, exchanging bond ^ — 

August, 1918. 
Kingsland Van Winkle, registering bond 

October, 1918. 

N. M. Ferebee. Jr., exchanging bonds 

J. W. Weaver, exchanging bonds,. -.- 

Total 

FISHERIES COMMIBSIOK. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

H. L. Gibbs. Commissioner 

H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner 

January. 1918. 
H. I^. Gibbs. Commissioner 

February, 1918. 
Fisheries Commission, refund, 1915 appropriation 

Mmh, 1918. 
H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner 

April. 1918. 
H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner 

May, 1918. 
H. L. Gibbs. C 

Jum, 1918. 

II. L. Gibbs, Com 

July, 1918. 

H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner. 

August, 1918. 
H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner, 

September, 1918. 

H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner. 

October. 1918. 
II. L. Gibbs, Commissioner. 

November, 1918. 

II. L. Gibbs, Commissioner. 

Total 

10 — Part I — 1918 



145 



2.00 
2.00 



$ 2.00 

44.00 



10.00 
2.00 

46.00 



1.123.50 
5.342.51 



2.001.67 

4.773.40 

1,437.11 

735.60 

238.25 



146 



Document ^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued, 



FISHERIEIS COMMISSION BOABD — TBAN8FEB. 

Received on above account as follows: 
August. 1918. 
H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner, refund, appropriation... 

rOHEBT RESERVE FUND. 

Received on above account as follows: 
September, 1918, 
Federal Government 

GASOLINE INSPECTION FUND. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps _ ,. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

January, 1918. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

February, 1918. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps _ _.. 

March, 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner stamps _ 

April, 1918. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

May. 1918. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

June, 1918. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps... 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

July, 1918. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

W. A Graham, Commissioner, stamps -- 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

August, 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

September, 1918. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps _. 

October, 1918. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps _ 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps _ 



S 4,553.14 

708.84 





2,240.78 
1,385.77 




5,329.53 
280.67 




2,019.41 




6,658.80 
1,999.35 




2,989.69 
3,543.24 




9,609.29 
84.24 




2,368.49 

2,396.38 

367.34 




1,377.87 




13,053.67 
6,751.03 




4,110.67 
2,376.40 
3,045.19 



1919] 



Document Xo. 5 



147 



Statement D — Continued, 



OABOUNB INSPECTION TV i^D— continued. 
November. 1918. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps 



; INSPECTION FUND— TRANSFER. 

Received on above account as follows: 



Februaiy, 1918. 
Transfer to General Fund- 



May, 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, transfer from Gasoline Fund- 



June. 1916. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, transfer from Gasoline Fund. 



October, 1918. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, transfer from Gasoline Fund.. 



November, 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, transfer from Gasoline Fund.. 



INHERITANCE TAX. 

Received on above ac^iount as follows: 
December, 1917. 

D. C. Hunt. Granville County, estate B. P. Thorpe, Jr 

W. M. Walker, Cumberland County, estate W. M. Martin 

W. S. Stevens, Johnston County, estate J. A. Morgan.. 

J. A. Mflver, Moore County, estate C. A. Petty 

W. C. Moore, Caldwell County, estate D. M. Puette 

C. M. Pace, Henderson County, estate M. McLawton 

Estat« George Warner, on trans. R. R. R. and Lbr. Co... 

M. O. Dirkerson, Rutherford County, estate R. R. Hayes 

J. D. Cox, Pitt County, estate E. Albritton 

N. Norman, Tyrrell County, estat« J. S. Shell _. 

C. E. Godwin. Davidson County, estate Mary C. Johnson 

Estate George Foster, transfer bomls and stocks 

James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate J. E. Galloway. 

J. D. Cox, Pitt County, estate E. E. DaiK- 

J. P. Arledge, Polk County, estate M. N. Edwards 

A. Nixon, Lincoln County, estate Sarah A. Wise 

W. B. Flanner, Craven County, estate E. W. Clark 

W. B. Flanner, Craven County, estate Sarah Wilson.. 

C. M. Kaughan, Forsyth County, estate James P. Taylor 

C. M. Kaughan, Forsyth County, estate C. F. Nissen 

January, 1918. 

J. A. Mclver, Moore County, estate I. E. Sheffield 

C. E. Godwin, Davidson County, estate George W. Palmer... 

J. D. Cox. Pitt County, estate Sallie L. Cherry 

James U Griffin, Chatham County, estate Mrstm. A. Ihrie... 
Jamee L. Griffin, Edgecombe County, estate W. W. Viek 



' t 


2.467.24 








4,469.92 










S 


6,937.16 




$ 


84,086.95 




10.000.00 










» 


10,000.00 




12,000.00 




12,000.00 








10,000.00 




10,000.00 








26,000.00 


~ 


26,000.00 








11,500.00 




11,500.00 








s 


69,500.00 


t 


157.20 
770.28 
252.24 
389.90 
252.30 
778.89 
345.00 
6,239.56 
169.63 
37.14 
69.68 
127.50 
3)5.22 
187.00 
51.41 
13.65 
12.25 
149.78 
1.414.11 
1,605.78 










t 


13,238.52 






( 


348.38 
48.42 
291.72 
421.38 
14.03 







148 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continueii. 



INHERITANCE TAX — continued. 

January, 1913. 

A. T. Walston, Edgecombe County, estate W. W. Vick . 


t 36.06 

28.76 

12.60 

33.90 

2,265.00 

83.60 

229.60 

317.32 

38.97 

210.71 

566.56 

1,510.17 

79.44 

2.32 

200.42 

3,084.59 

49.32 

6.00 

2.00 

42.55 




J. D. Cox, Pitt County, estate Beulah Thigpen 




W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate Martha Hanks 




C. H. Somers, Wilkes County, estate Lillie \V. Peden 








C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate W. C. Graham 












James T. Smith. RockinKham County, estate C. H. Osborne 




C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate H, C. Clark 




























C. H. Somers. VVilke3 County, estate M. C. Williams 




James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate R. P. Richardson 

James T. -Smith, Rockingham County, estate F. C. Noles 




A. T. Walston, Edgecombe County, estate W. C. HarreU 






t 9,928.82 


February. 1918. 
W. P. Byrd. Harnett County, estate Edward Smith . 


i 1,755.97 

23.43 

101.12 

479.62 

28.74 

115.92 

39.39 

71.69 

206.33 

16.25 

262.85 

367.08 

49.28 

6.70 

21.99 

5.28 

352.70 

136.33 

345.70 

119.49 

502.01 

104.08 

26.37 

8.67 

4.28 

65.23 

7.63 

39.06 

8.39 


A. P. Harris, Stanly County, estate I. W. Snuggs 








D. C. Hunt, Granyille County estate J. C. Hardin 












W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate Isabel M. Kenly 




W. N. Harris, .\ew Hanover County, estate Ella F. Gilchrist . 












A. T. Walston, Edgecombe County, estate J. H. Cutchin 












Charles Strayhorn, Orange County, estate .\nnie R. Collins . . 
















C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate W. S. McNair 








C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate W. E. Edmund 








C. B. Skipper, Robeson County estate D. E. McBryde 












C. B. Skipper. Robeson County, estate Lewis Howell . 












C. B. Skipper. Robeson County, estate E. J. Johnson . . 




A. T. Walston, Edgecombe County, estate Mary V. Causway 


$ [^5,271.68 


March. 1918. 


t 848.74 
43.96 
13.40 
347.54 
39.48 


A. P. Harriss, Stanly County, estate Jacob Shankle . 












F. M. Wright Randolph County, estate Bethune Cox 





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Document No. 5 



149 



Statement D — Continued. 



INHBKITANCE TAX — continued. 

March. 1918. 

F. M. Wright, Randolph County, estate William Williams t 31.06 

J. D. Cox Pitt County, estate VV. H. Galloway 162.50 

J. D. Coi, Pitt County, estate J. A. Bullock _ 149.86 

A. P. Harris, Stanly County estate Israel Barbee _, 96.98 

M. T. Chilton, Stokes County, estate M. F. Overby 33.78 

Estate George J. Parker on light and power stock 9.85 

James T. Smith Rockingham County estate L. B. Galliher 37.M 

James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate J. A. Dunn 206.92 

C. D. Kooncc. Columbus County, estate M. C. Wright... 50.94 

J. T. Heath, Lenoir County, estate J. W. Braxton 387.82 

A. T. Walston, Edgecombe County, estate Mary E. Long 12.54 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate L. Shaw .i 880.64 

C. B. Skipper. Robeson County estate C. P. Stephens [ 4.97 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate McK. Bullard \ 3.22 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate R. C. Williams i 39.16 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate McP. McL. Altord { 234.30 

C. B. Skipper Robeson County, estate .\. .\tkinson [ 17.24 

C. B. Skipper. Robeson County, estate J. B. Lewis. | 14.20 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, eftate A. Carlyle 111.18 

C. B. Skipper, Robe-son County, estate H H. Hodgin 102.64 

C. B. Skipper. Robeson County, estate J. W'. Caldwell 73.14 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate S. and L. McCallum 47.90 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate W. .\. Woodell 14.83 

C. B. .Skipper, Robeson County, estate D. E. McBryde 131.76 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate G. W. & E. C Floj'd 123.00 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate E. J. Johnson... 39.20 I 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate W. B. Phillips 122.74 | 

0. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate S. A. Edmund 484.50 

J. A. .McAuley, Richmond County, estate T. C. Leak 1,765.38 

J. A. .Mc.\uley, Richmond County, estate O. L. Cloud __ .! 817.60 

J. A. McAuley. Richmond County, estate J. W. Covington | 168.82 

C. P. Harris, Stanly County, estate James L. McRae ! 97.5.1 

€. M. McKaughan, Forsyth County, estate J. .\. Douthit I 91.54 

George A. Paul, Beaufort County, estate James L. Fowle ' 828.03 

George .\. Paul. Beaufort County, estate Thomas W. Latham.. 2.58.20 

George A. Paul, Beaufort County estate D. V. Warren 50.48 

George A. Paul, Beaufort County, estate W. P. Baughan 574.05 

George .\. Paul, Beaufort County, estate Dr. W. .\. Blount 94.05 

George A. Paul. Beaufort County, estate Fred Wolfenden 130.40 

George .\.. Paul. Beaufort County, estate Mrs. J. L. Fowle 380.02 

James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate T. H. N'ance I 46.21 

A. M. Matheson, .\lexander County, estate W. B. Matheson ! 143.09 

A. M. Matheson, .Alexander County, estate W. L. .\lspaugh ' 138.88 

James L. GrilEn, Chatham County, estate H. A. London... I 67.00 

Charles E. Godwin, Davidson County, estate Solomon Payne i 72.17 

j 

April, 1918. ' 

W. D. Farthing. Watauga County, estate E. Farthing $ 65.66 

James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate E. P. Ritch 1 5.20 

J. T. Setzer, Catawba County, estate P. C. Lail I 2.89 i 

J. T. .Sctzer, Catawba County, estate M. Rufty ! 111.61 I 

J. T. Setzer, Catawba County, estate G. H. Geitner ' 300.13 I 

W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate B. G. Worth 606.05 

W. K. Boggan, Anson County estate J. T. Little j 31.87 i 

W. K. Boggan, Anson County, estate E. A. Covington .1 472.50 

A. Nixon. Lincoln County, estate M. L. Carpenter i 16.21 I 

F. M. Wright. Randolph County, estate W. E. Ganaway | 124.07 

A. T. Walston, Edgecombe County, estate C. L. Killebrew I 52.20 I 



150 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statemhint D — Continued. 



INHERITANCE TAX — continued. 
Apiil, 1918. 

John H. Cathey. Bunrombe County, estate H. S. Hawkins _. 

John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate James C. Ernst 

Jolin H. Cathey. Buncombe County, estate James G. Swan 

John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate Sallie M. Swan 

John II. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate Mary W. B>Tne 

John H. Cathey Buncombe County, estate Dr. T. C. Smith 

John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate Julia A. Sluder 

John H. Cathey. Buncombe County, estate William Brown 

John H. Cathey. Buncombe County, estate William A. Cory 

John H. Cathey. Buncombe County, estate Franklin Bassett 

C. M. McKaughan, Forsyth County, estate Mrs. M. E. Jones 

A. T. Walston. Edgecombe County, estate J. C. R. Davenport 

A. T. Walston, Edgecombe County, estate George W. Killibrew 

James T. Smith. Rockingham County, estate Lucy Elizabeth Field.... 

W. H. Young. Durham County, estate W. T. O'Bryan _. 

W. H. Young. Durham County, estate Catherine O'Bryan 

R. W. Lemmond. Union County, estate Mrs. M. J. McCallum.. 

J. D. Cox. Pitt County, estate H. B. Fleming 

W. L. Lyon, Bertie County, estate Millie Biggs 

Charles Strayhorn. Orange County, estate C. D. Parks 

C. C. Moore. Mecklenburg County, estate -Nicholas Gibbon.. 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. Laura A. Johnston.. 
C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate C. A. Spratt 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Willis I. Henderson 

A. T. Walston. Edgecombe County, estate W. A. Taylor 

J. T. Setzer, Catawba County, estate Sallie Fry 

J. T. Setzer, Catawba County, estate A. A. Shuford 

A. T. Grant. Davie County, estate H. H. Swicegood 

J. R. Rodwell. Warren County, estate I. L. Lampkin 

J. R. Rodwell, Warren County, estate p^annie W. Sawyer 

D. H. Wallace. Duplin County, estate S. O. Middleton 

D. H. Wallace, Duplin County, estate O. W. Sutton 

D. H. Wallace, Duplin County, estate Rose Stokes 

D. H. Wallace. Duplin County, estate Mary E. Pass 

D. H. Wallace Duplin County, estate John L. Kornegay 

D. H. Wallace. Duplin County, estate Robert Hames 

D. H. Wallace. Duplin County, estate Mary A. Hales 

D. H. Wallace. Duplin County, estate Heury Farrior..- 

D. H. Wallace Duplin County, estate Lemuel Brown 

D. H. Wallace. Duplin County, estate S. M. Carlton 

D. H. Wallace. Duplin County, estate Eph. Boney 

C. D. McCormick, Scotland County, estate Archie A. McMillan 

C. D. McCormick. Scotland County, estate D. C. Lytch __. 

C. D. McCormick. Scotland County, estate Edmond J. Gibson 

C. D. McCormick, Scotland County, estate J. T. John. Sr 

C. D. McCormick. Scotland County, estate Jane McNair 

C. D. McCormick. Scotland County, estate Catherine McMillan 

C. D. McCormick. Scotland County, estate W. H. Morrison 

C. D. McCormick. Scotland County, estate A. A. McEachern 

C. D. McCormick, Scotland County, estate Flora A. McNeill 

C. D. McCormick Scotland County, estate Elias Gillis 

James T. Smith. Rockingham County, estate J. F. Darlington 

J. L. Grifiin, Chatham County, balance estate H. A. London 

J. L. Griffin, Chatham County, estate Jane Hargrove 

W. L. Lyon, Bertie County, estate Joseph C. Nelson 

J. F. Setzer, Catawba County, estate J. R. Gaither 



313.37 
13,663.76 
84.30 
78.19 
629. 36 
2.145.71 
29.52 
398.25 
545.50 
63.07 
61.98 
94.20 
61.04 
43.43 
1,489.47 
292.27 
310.48 
69.43 
9.13 
4,183.38 
139.76 
28.51 
30.90 
1,997.17 
103.04 
60.25 
1,561.96 
153.22 
63.79 
64.00 
1,190.91 
454.69 
44.47 
51.46 
24.10 
13.46 
116.10 
22.16 
7.53 
5.38 
53.20 
214.50 
520. 12 
645.56 
171.60 
105.48 
118.87 
33.37 
271.78 
932. 14 
58.23 
60.85 
.66 
19.61 
12.67 
58.27 



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151 



Statement D — Continued. 



IXHERITANCE TAX— con(mued. 
May, 1918. 

N. A. Burton, Onslow County, estate J. F. Boggs 

A. T. Walston, Edgecombe County, estate Benj. Phillips 

F. M, Wright, Randolph County, estate Elvira Ledwell 

F. M. Wright, Randolph County, estate Thomas B. Elliott... 

C. C. Cornwall. Gaston County, estate T. L. Clinton 

C. M McKaughan, Forsjth County, estate T, M. Benton 

J. D. Hardin, Wilson County, estate J. W. Lucas. 

J. D. Bardin, Wilson County, estate Harriet Barnes. 

J. D. Bardin. Wilson County, estate Kate Black 

J. D. Bardin. Wilson County, estate W. C. Hester 

J. D. Bardin, Wilson County, estate J. R. Williams 

J. D. Bardin, Wilson County, estate T. J. Hadley 

J. D. Bardin, Wilson County, estate J. B. Dean 

J. D. Bardin, Wilson County, estate David Daniel 

J. D. Bardin, Wilson County, estate J. B. FerrcU 

J. D. Bardin, Wilson County, estate E. C. Pruden 

F. L. Hoyle, Cleveland County, estate L. C. Webb 

F. L. Hoyle, Cleveland County, estate Mary T. Hudson 

F. L. Hoyle, Cleveland Courty, estate J. .S. Martin 

F. L. Hoyle, Cleveland County, estate R. L. Humphries 

F. L. Hoyle, Cleveland County, estate T. R. Murrow 

F. L. Hoyle, Cleveland County, estate Fannie Kiser... 

F. L. Hoyle, Cleveland County, estate Sarah J. Jones 

F. I,. Hoyle. Cleveland County, estate M. Jane Wylie 

C. M. McKaughan, Forsyth County, estate H, L. Hichter 

W. L. Lyon, Bertie County, estate WilUam Deans 

A. T. McKeithen, Buncombe County, estate Wilham H. Pike.. 

C. H. Somers. Wilkes County, estate Barbara McDonald 

R. M. Ledford, Macon County, estate W. N. Allman, Jr 

J^ D. Cox, Pitt County, estate Virginia Manning 



w 


J. 


Davis 


w 


J. 


Davis 


w 


J. 


Da^ns 


W 


J. 


Davis 


w 


J. 


Davis 


A. 


T. 


Waist 


W. 


N 


Harr 



, Bladen County, estate J. S. Du 

, Bladen County, estate F. M. Lennon 

, Bladen County, estate R. L. Mercer 

, Bladen County, estate John E. WilHs 

, Bladen County, estate Minnie U. Robinson 

in. Edgecombe County, estate A. J. Williford 

s. Xew Hanover County, estate Mary F. Sander: 

C. M. McKaughan, Forsyth County, estate J. M. Hunter 

J. A. Jackson, Surry County, estate A. G. Trotter, Sr 



June, 1918. 
W. H. Y 
W. H. Y 
W. H. Y 
W. H. Y 
W. H. Y 
W. H. Y 
W. H. Y 

W. H. Young, Durh 
W. IL Young, Durh; 



ung, Du 
ung,Ou 



ng, Durham County, estate H. A. Foushee 

ng, Durham County, estate John B. Christian 

ng, Durham County, estate Mrs. i. G. Lawrence 

ng. Durham County, estate B. W. Barbee 

County, estate Wilham Mangum 

County, estate H. E. Seeman 

County, estate Floyd Lambe 

County, estate Mrs. Fannie Halliburton. 

County, estate Anderson Ferguson 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Susan J. Hartgrove.... 
C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. Jane R. Wilkes.... 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. M. E. Young 

C. E. Godwin, Davidson County, estate W. H. Moffitt 

W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate Jane Alice Brooks.... 
W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate Mrs. P. M. McRary.. 

C. H. Somers, Wilkes County, estate Mary Gentry 

A. P, Harris, Stanly County, estate J. L. Palmer.... 



SI. 92 
39.00 
14.50 
49.60 
149. 87 
16.42 
30.00 
40.84 
12.29 
10.64 
302.02 
558.4* 
633.37 
127.13 
203.92 
29.04 
4S4.62 
32.39 
29.96 
30.85 
25.12 
19.60 
f2.81 
22.73 
41.96 
204.10 
172.64 
496.00 
24.45 
10.60 
45.35 
72.90 
53.81 
95.33 i 
89.60 
36.54 
84.14 



79.65 
153.76 
64.82 
461.19 
913.64 I 
167.64 
54.98 I 
25.08 ' 
69.01 ' 
79.89 
434.45 
88.25 j 
68.16 
6.73 ' 
679.90 
21.79 
60.38 i 



152 



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[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



INHERITANCE TAX — Continued. 
June, 1918. 

Frank M. Wright, Randolph County, estate Mrs. E. J. Parks.. 
Frank M. Wright. Randolph County, estate W. M. Parks.. 



W. N. Harris, New H 
W. N. Harris, New H; 
M. T. Chilton, Stokes G 
M. T. Chilton, Stokes C 
J, F. McCubbins, Rowai 



County, estate Austin A. Sykes, 

County, estate Adam Latta 

Linty, estate D. C. Nelson 

unty. estate Pinkney Oliver ... 

County, estate M. S. Brown 



J. F. McCubbins, Rowan County, estate T. M. Kern.. 



,J. F. McCubbins, Rowan County, estate Julius Ludwig 

J, F. McCubbins, Rowan County, estate D. M. Campbell 

J. F. McCubbins, Rowan County, estate J. S. Henderson 

J. F. McCubbins, Rowan County, estate T. V. Terrell 

J. F. McCubbins, Rowan County, estate M. C. Shelton 

J. F. McCubbins, Rowan County, estate W. C. Coughenoui 

J. F. McCubbins, Rowan County estate Philip Sowers 

C. G. Stonestreet, Cabarrus County, estate D. F. McKinley 

J. D. Cox, Pitt County, estate Blanche E. Harrington 

W. P. B.vrd, Harnett County, estate Sarah M. Andrews 

James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate Sanford Patterson.. 

D. R. McGlohorn, Hertford County, estate W. D. Newsom 

D. R. McGlohorn, Hertford County, estate C. W. Parker 

D. R. McGlohorn, Hertford County, estate J. N. HoUoman 

W. L. L.von. Bertie County, estate Celia J. Willoughby 

J. N. Sills, Nash County, estate W. R. Dawes 

W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate L. P. Thomas -. 

A. M. Matheson, .Alexander County, estate H. P. Matheson 

A. M. Matheson, Alexander County, estate D. M. Matheson 

R. W. Lenimond, Union County, estate Jessie Pistols 

W. P. Byrd, Harnett County, estate J. A. Sexton -. 

W. P. Byrd, Harnett County, estate R. T. Spence 

D. C. Hunt, Granville County, estate L. D. Roystor ---. 



16.77 

25.54 

8.45 

240.52 

116.75 

8.3.46 

2,504.50 

110.75 

155.74 

110.03 

502.67 

138.83 

240.56 

375.38 

1,088.95 

197.78 

35.30 

296.14 

22.03 

790.70 

1,084.11 

338. 18 

31.23 

21.25 

81.59 

289. 15 

158.89 

40.26 

1,718.20 

105.52 

114.31 



July, 191 
W. K. 
R. M. 
W.N. 
W. N. 
J. N. 
J.N. 



Boggan, Anson County, estate Dr. J. M. Covington 

Lcdford, Macon County, estate Dorothy Jones 

Harris, New Hanover County, estate George W. Kidder... 

Harris, New Hanover County, estate W. F. H. Kidder 

Sills, Nash County, estate Mrs. M. B. Vaughan 

Sills, Nash County, estate Lindsay Boone 

Sills, Nash County, estate J. R. Joyner -- 

Sills, Nash County, estate J. A. Taylor --- 

Sills, Nash County, estate Jacob Battle 

Sills, Nash County, estate David Everett 

Rodwell, Warren County, estate Lizzie Hawkins 

Rodwell, Warren County, estate R. A. Hawkins 

Rodwell, Warren County, estate P. R. Perkinson 

Rodwell, Warren County, estate J. T. Kenyon. 

Rodwell, Warren County, estate Mrs. M. B. Russell 

Hooks, Wayne County, estate .\bby Flowers... 

Hooks, Wayne County, estate J. F. Hooks, Jr 

Davis, Bladen County, estate John William Willis 

Harris, Stanly County, estate Mrs. C. J. Hearne 

Harris, .Stanly County, estate Dan C. Whitley 

, McCormick, Scotland County, estate L. Mc.\. McRae 

. McCormick, Scotland County, estate W. L Mason 

. McCormick, Scotland County, estate Dr. W. T. Pate 

. McCormick, Scotland County, estate Margaret McArthur.. 
. McCormick. Scotland County, est.ate Joe Baker 



67.33 
125.53 
132. 63 
170.00 
110.65 
115.90 

18.47 
119.55 
261.17 
258.33 

31.22 

12.13 

181.67 

296.73 

5.73 

19.70 
616.15 
189.69 
249.74 
9.52 
350.99 

92.61 

964.05 

346.39 

6.42 



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153 



Statement D — Continued. 



INHERITANCE TK^—COntirtUtd. | 

July. 1918. j 

C. P. Harris, Stanly County, estate T. C. Gearne - — | t 

C. P. Harris, Stanly County, estate .Julia G. Pemberton ---j 

C. P. Harris, Stanly County, estate Gertrude Palmer \ 

W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate Luther Rogers — 

N. A. Burton, Onslow County, estate M. B. Steed -, 

C. C. Stonestreet, Cabarrus County, estate G. M. Pethel 

W, J. Davis. Bladen County, estate W. O. Council 

A. T. Grant, Dare County, estate Fannie C. Hairston 

A. T. Grant, Dare County, estate Margaret E. Gaither --- 

A. T. Grant. Dare County, estate T. B. Bailey - 

W. J. Davis. Bladen County, estate Sarah A. Cromartie 

A, T. Grant, Davie County, estate Julia E. Foster 

A. T. Grant, Davie County, estate .\irnes Hairston 

A. T. Grant, Davie County, estate Ellen Daniel.... 

A. T. Grant, Davie County, estate J. P. Beck -. 

C. D. Koonce, Columbus County, estate C. C. Pridgen 1. 

E. M. Wright, Randolph County, estate Roana M. Carr 

Charles Straj^horn, Orange County, estate John C. Guthrie 

R. W. Lemmond, Union County, estate E. E. Fitzgerald _. 

W. S. Stevens, Johnston County, estate Margan Conniway 

W. S. Stevens, Johnston County, estate H. H. Boon 

J. D. Cox, Pitt County, estate B. M. Lewis 

F. W. Hobbs, Chowan County, estate Clarissa Higgins 

F. W. Hobbs, Chowan County, estate Renie §. Norman 

F. W. Hobbs, Chowan County, estate Daniel A. Parrish... .- 



222.77 
4.20 
9.67 

13.47 

73.48 

37.09 
11G.69 
487.92 
242.93 
145.70 
184. S5 

81.82 , 
525.25 

27.93 
147.64 ! 
186.88 

31.07 
236.49 
739.87 

38.80 

.50 I 
521.60 ] 

31.43 
207.06 

22.78 



August, 1918. 

A. Nixon, Lincoln County, estate E. J. Costner 

W. B. Flanner, Craven County, estate O. P. Dunn 

C. C. Moore. Mecklenburg County, estate Mary Alexander 

C. C. Moore. Mecklenburg County, estate R. A. Lee 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Emma B. Osborne.. 

C. C. Moore. Mecklenburg County, estate S. J. Asbury _. 

W. K. Boggan, Anson County, estate R. T. Bennett... 

F. M. Wright, Randolph County, estate J. F. Pickett.... 

F. M. Wright. Randolph County, estate I.. T. Branson 

F. M. Wright, Randolph County, estate F. C. Fra».ier. 

W. D. Farthing, Watauga County, estate John Robertson 

R. W. I^mmonds, Union County, estate J. B. Eubanks 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate C. B. Jones 

A. T. Mial. Wake County, estate W. H. Edwards 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate Andrew Leach 

A. T. Mia), Wake County, estate H. Hinton 

A. T. Mial. Wake County, estate G. H. Tilden 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate Susan Pipkin... 

A. T. Mial. Wake County, estate J. D. Ballentine 

A. T. Mial. Wake County, estate Henry Keith 

A. T. Mial. Wake County, estate Jane Keith _ 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate .Mrs. F. 1. Bines 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate Callie M. Rand 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate Mrs. Ann King 

A. T, Mial, Wake County, estate Maiy B. Cowper - 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate Mary P. Ashe 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate B. F. Sanders 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate Andrew Stallings 

A. T. Mi.al, Wake County, estate J. B. Davis 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate N. A. Spcnce 

A. T. Mial. Wake County, estate J. C. Fowler 



303.83 
40.65 

137.14 

371.50 
80.47 
46.99 
15.23 

101.16 
79.69 

205.28 
22.54 
89.68 
9.74 
II. .34 

141.82 
25.32 

271.64 
97.34 
17.19 

226.62 
31.26 
6.35 

110.24 

159.16 

313.35 
2.13 
10.48 

319.38 
48.43 



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[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



INHERITANCE TAX — continued. 
August, 1918. 

A. T. Mial. Wake County, estate C. N. Allen 

A. T. Mial. Wake County, estate Lydia E. Lee 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate Grace T. Rowland 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate Mrs. A. V. Darnell _ 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate Minnie W. Sperry 

A. T. Mial. Wake County, estate Julia M. Andrews 

A. T. Mial, Wake County, estate John C. Drewry 

A. T Mial, Wake County, estate D. K. Wright 

A. T. Walston, Edgecombe County, estate Emily L. Howell... 
W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate B. H. J. Ahrens.. 

D. C. Hunt, Granville County, estate Elizabeth Hunt.. 

J. R Rodwell, Warren County, estate Beverly T. Davis 

N. A. Miller. Transylvania County, estate Mary J. M. Clark.. 

James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate James Jones 

W. H. Hammond, Jones Count.v. estate J. F. Kinsey 

J. T. Flythe. Northampton County, estate R. B. Peebles 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate A. J. McLeod... _. 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate Neill McMillan 

C. B. Skipper. Robeson County, estate Flora Ann McRae 

C. B. Skipper. Robeson County, estate N. B. Brown 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate A. L. Shaw 

C. B. Skipper Robeson County, estate Amanda Johnson 

C. B, Skipper. Robeson County, estate J. Amanda Brown 

C. B. Skipper, Robeson County, estate Edward McRae 

W. S. Stevens Johnston County, estate L. G. Baily. 

J. A. Jackson. .Surry County, estate H. V. Allred 

Charles Johnson. Perquimans County, estate J. T. Felton 

Charles Strayhorn. Orange County, estate Rebecca Hill 

Charles Strayhorn. Orange County, estate J. A. Ashby 

J. A. Jackson, Surry County, estate John L. Worth. _ 

J. A. Jackson, Surry County, estate J. H. Greenwood .- 

Charles Strayhorn, Orange County, estate D. C. Paul. 

September, 1913. 

A. Mixon, Lincoln County, estate Eugene Payne 

J. A. Jackson. Surry County, estate J. H. Prather 

M. W. Grant, Guilford County, estate Casar Cone 

W. S. Stevens. Johnston County, estate T. T. Godwin.... 

J. T, Flythe. Northampton County, estate N. M. Harris 

J. D. Kernodle. Alamance County, estate A. Graham 

R. M. Ledford. Macon County, estate W. E. McDonald 

Henry Perry. Vance County, estate E. A. Powell 

C. C. Cornwall. Gaston County, estate J. D. Ragan 

W. N. Harris. New Hanover County, estate R. L. Russell 

J. D. Cox. Pitt County, estate T. L. Turnage 

James L, Griffin, Chatham County, estate W. L. London 

W. N. Harris. New Hanover County, estate John W. Harper.. 

W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate Zellah Fowler 

C. D. McCormick. Scotland County, estate Mark Morgan 

Charles Strayhorn, Orange County, est.ate James Webb - 

J. D, Cox. Pitt County, estate A. R. Fleming 

M. T. Chilton, Stokes County, estate J. G, Gordon 

J. N. Sills Npsh County, est.ite Mrs. D. M. Morgac _.- 

J. B. Hooks, Wayne County, estate John A Barnes 

J. B. Hooks. Wayne County, estate J. E. Peterson 

J. B. Hooks. Wayne County, est,ate J. M. Grantham 

J. B. Hooks, Wayne County, estate George W. Murphey 

J. B. Hooks, Wayne County, estate May C. Lomax 



166.98 
sis. 07 
37.37 
21.76 
15.40 
311.85 
3,219.45 
10. .53 
842.77 
372.25 
19.40 
105.66 
102.00 
25.41 
122.55 
472.93 
258.00 
641.20 
136.97 
5.97 
11.69 
32.54 
62.82 
47.81 
96.95 
64.34 
229.22 
698.87 
29.10 
1,610.50 
376.54 
17.26 



120.28 

212.48 

88,364.81 

607. 10 

49.17 
230.38 

84.30 

92.00 
1,099.85 
367.42 
743.04 
445.80 
240.85 

54.28 

10,972.84 

583.44 

151 20 

27.10 
188.91 

73.20 

62.96 

2,243.36 

428.89 

15.84 



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155 



Statement D — Continued. 



INHERITANCE TAX— conttnuerf. 

September, 1918. 


t 591.10 
1,626.81 
376.99 
101.84 
147.77 
93.96 
46.24 








J. B. Hooks, Wayne County, estate I. J. Harrell 

J. B. Hooks, Wayne County, estate R. E. Pipkin 




C. M. SIcKaughan, Forsyth County, estate J. W. Stout 

Charles Strayhorn, Orange County, estate J. A. Ashby 


t 110,344.21 


October, 1918. 


$ 37.39 

2.. 577. 28 

241.35 

32.74 

1.320.37 

1,519.33 

5.08 

l.fO 

31.43 

19.11 

385.15 

75.71 

£70.19 

70C.40 

35. SO 

4.S4 

2,342.13 














J. D. Bardin, Wilson County, estate S. A. Woodard 

J. D. Bardin, Wilson County estate W. L. Banks 

J. D. Bardin, W'ilson County, estate W. C. Hester 












F. M. Wrieht, Randolph County, estate J. G. Miller 








J. T. Setzer. Catawba Countj'. estate Jacob Anthony 

A. P. Harris, Stanly County, estate D. N. Bennett ..1 

J. F. Setzer, Catawba County, estate E. C. Thornton 

N. A. Burton, Onslow County, estate H. C. Fisher.. 

A. T. Walston. Edgecombe County, estate Alonzo Howell ... 




A. T. McKeithan, Bruusn-ick County, estate Katherine Murchison 


t 9,600.10 


November, 1918. 




.S. M. Gary, Halifax County, estate A. Brinkley 


$ 769.11 

129. 15 

51.20 

163.. 36 

378.88 

674.60 

322.83 

35.25 

2.271.58 

4.014.13 

6.48 

1.716.01 

1,013.55 

367.05 

120.67 

14.72 

42.52 

67.55 

59.82 

132.76 

112.06 

48.62 

201.94 

215.54 

79.88 

150.29 

110.94 

670.17 

377.22 

74.54 




W. K. Boggan, Anson County, estate B. V. Henry 








C. D. McCormick, Scotland County, estate W. F. McKay - 








C. D. McCormick, Scotland County, estate J. A. Sutherland 

C. D. McCormick, .Scotland County, estate M. M. McKinnon 








C. D. McCormick, Scotland County, estate H. W. Malloy 

W. E. Johnson, Ashe County, estate W. S. Eastridge 




J. A. Hartness. Iredell County, estate W. W. Cooper 




J. A. Hartness, Iredell County, estate L. T. Stimson 












J. A. Hartness, Iredell County, estate Mrs. S. E. Holman 




J. A. Hartness, Iredell County, estate J. C. Irvin 








W. H. Young, Durham County, estate Ellen Mordccai 




W. H. Young, Durham Coimty, estate Mrs. E. J. Brown 

W. H. Young, Durham County, estate R. M. Jones 

W. H. Yoimg, Durham County, estate J. C. Johnson.... 

W. H. Young, Durham County, estate Q. E. Rawle.... 

C. M. McKaughan, Forsyth County, estate Rosa Cline 

James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate John H. Hart 




Frank L. Hoyle, Cleveland County, estate R. W. Ward 




Frank L. Hovle, Cleveland County, estate E. I,. Hardin 




Frank L. Hoyle. Cleveland County, estate R. S. Plonk 





156 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



INHEBITANCE TK^— continued. 

November, 1918. 


{ 577.14 
20.C0 
93.00 
37.77 

141.60 

472.75 

105.48 

141.81 
38.85 
17.71 
5.47 

178.39 

22.51 

4,483.51 

.04 

5, .139.06 

77.78 

4.32 

59.96 

22 40 

20.85 

16.83 

206.80 
44.71 
35.80 
28.29 
13.50 
21.70 
29.00 

148.10 
99.50 
2.08 
60.65 
71.00 

391.12 
14.46 
3.76 

140.50 
88.36 
77.40 
11.55 
27.65 
26.70 

214.08 
42.03 

345.55 
65.95 
8.45 
81.70 

131.90 

235.63 
44.96 
81.20 
77.82 

322.82 
64.92 

420.50 

180.20 
























































J. D. Bardin, Wilson County, balance estate Geort'e L. Little. --- 












































































































































C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. I,. L. Watkins 
























C C. Moore. Mecklenburg County, estate Z. T. Smith 





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157 



Statement D — Continued. 



November, 1918. 
C. C. Moore. 
C. C. Moore. 
C. C, Moore, 
C. C. Moore. 
C. C. Moore, 
C. C. Moore. 
C. C. Moore. 
C. C. Moore, 
C. C. Moore, 



ntinued. 



Mecklenburg County, estate A. C 

Mecklenburg County, estate R. R. Warsham 

Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. M. Horah 

Mecklenburg County, estate J. T. N. Gibson 

Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. Julia A. Gibson,. 

Mecklenburg County, estate Baumgarten 

Mecklenburg County, estate J. C. Baker 

Mecklenburg County, estate E. W. Query , 

Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. Daisy Pegrano... 



C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate W. T. Wohlford., 



C. C. M 
C. C. M 



, Mecklenburg County, estate K. A. Bricknelj. 



Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. Ann McCullough.. 
C. C. Moore. Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. Henrietta Spencer. 

C. C. Moore. Mecklenburg-County, estate James M. Davis 

C. C. Moore. Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. Eliz. Hunter 

C. C. Moore. Mecklenburg County, estate H. J. Green -. 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Harvey 

J. W Walston, Camden County, estate E. M. DeFord 

J. W. Walston. Camden County, estate D. B. Squires.. 

J. W. Walston. Camden County, estate Sophia Gordon 

M. T. Chilton. Stokes County, estate Jacob Fulton-. 

M. T. Chilton, Stokes County, estate James F. Slate.. 

M. T. Chilton. Stokes County, estate D. R. Joyce 

M. T. Chilton, Stokes County, estate Susan J. Simmons 

M. T. Chilton. Stokes County, estate M. V. Mole 

M. T. Chilton. Stokes County, estate G. H. Kiser 

M. T. Chilton, Stokes County, estate S. T. Olive 

J. N. Sills. Nash County, esta'e Maggie R. Brantley 

J. N. Sills. Nash County, estate Henry M. Lucas 

George W. Hart, Greene County, estate J. M. Patrick 

George W. Hart. Greene County, estate James A. Herring 

Millard Mial. Wake County, estate S. R. Home _. 

C. H. Soniers. Wilkes County, estate Fannie W. Peden 

C. H. Somcrs, Wilkes County, estate Carl G. Duncan 

0. H. Somers. Wilkes County, estate Ralph Duncan 

M. T. Chilton, Stokes County, estate Martha J. Boyles. 

George W. Hart. Greene County, estate R. C. Moore 

James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate M. E. Walters 

M. T. Chilton. Stokes County, estate Mrs. A. Harrison 

J. D. Cox, Pitt County, estate Harriet Moore.- 

J. D. Cox, Pitt County, estat," Macon Worthington 

J. D. Cox, Pitt County, estate J. T. Edwards 

J. D. Cox. Pitt County, estate B. F. Patrick .-, 

J. D. Cox, Pitt County, estate Alston Grimes 

G. R. Little, Pasquotank County, estate C. E. Zimmerman 

G. R. Little, Pasquotank County, estate .Mary F. Davis.... 

G. R. Little, Pasquotank County, estate A. M. Willey 

G. R. Little. Pasquotank County, estate J. A. Kramer 

G. R. Little, Pasquotank County, estate J. B. Flora...^ 

John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate S. R. Lyman 

John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate S. Von Ruck 

John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate Mary Huber 

John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate F. M. Wright 

John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate J. P. Sawyer 

John H. Cathey. Buncombe County, estate T. F. Reeves 

John H. Cathey. Buncombe County, estate W. R. McGuire 

John IL Cathey. Buncombe County, estate Frances Pack 

John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate C. G. Aston -. 



549.70 

64.00 

152.35 

36.00 

373.85 

744.60 

110.80 

405.20 

376.83 

75.80 

94.70 

27.24 

200.20 

601.00 

10.80 

53.86 

142.70 

1,326.66 

169.60 

142.69 

46.13 

£6.67 

16.67 

51.03 

19.40 

10.71 

43.27 

51.94 

32.02 

70.90 

100.61 

3,990,75 

129.11 

113.40 

55.15 

265.60 

181.80 

9.21 

394.11 

64.00 

362.41 

217.80 

360.19 

1,062.93 

23 56 

282.87 

135.70 

962.60 

2,408.85 

674.60 

342.65 

86.46 

1,040.44 

692.68 

29.00 

139.46 

6,698.05 

201.80 



158 



Document 'Ko. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



INHERITANCE TAX — Continued. 
November, 1913. 

John H. Cathey. Buncombe County, estate V. A. White 

John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate G. A. Murray.. 
John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate D. F. Brown.. 

J. D. Kernodle, Alamance County, estate J. T. Braxton 

J. D. Kernodle, Alamance County, estate Mary Bingham.. 
J. D. Kernodle, Alamance County, estate W. C. Donnell--- 

J. D. Kernodle, Alamance County, estate Riley Sutton 

J. D. Kernodle, Alamance County, estate S. J. Crutch6eld, 

J. D. Kernodle, .\]amance County, estate L. J. Keck 

J. D. Kernodle, Alamance County, estate W. T. Pickett.... 

J. D. Kernodle, .\laniance County, estate C. G. Holt 

J. D. Kernodle, Alamance County, estate W. H. Beal 

J. D. Kernodle, Alamance County, estate .Sarah Cobb 

M. W. Grant, Guilford County, estate Caesar Cone 

J. N. Sills, Nash County, estate S. L. Arrington 

Millard Mial, Wake County, estate John W, Dowst 

Total- 

INSURANCE COMPAKIE8— LICENSES. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner. 

January, 1918. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 

February, 1918. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 

March, 1918. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 

April, 1913. 

J. R, Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 

May, 1918. 
J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner 

June, 1918. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 

July, 1918. 
J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner 

August, 1918. 
J. R. Y'oung. Insurance Commissioner..-.* 

Total.... 



141. S8 

1,197.67 

2,677.12 

63.23 

68.51 

465.26 

200.85 

53.02 

56.52 

60.87 

29.62 

21.28 

1.02 

71,003.84 

5,948.89 

4.85 



262.00 
16,000.60 



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Document No. 5 



159 



Statement D — Continued. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES — TAX ON BECEIPTB. 



Received on above account as folio 
February. 1918. 

J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner 

J. R. Young, Insurance Com mi ssioner 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner. 

J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner 



March. 1918. 
J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner., 
J. R, Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 
J, R. Young. Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 

April, 1918. 
J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner.. 



20.000.00 
20.000.00 
20,000.00 
20,000.00 



S 20,000,00 
20,000.00 
20.000.00 
20.000.00 
20.000.00 



i 9.125.E9 
3,000.00 



June, 1918. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Comn 



July, 1918. 
J. R. Yo 



August, 1918. 
J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner.. 



J. R. Young. 


Insurance Commissioner 


J. R. Young. 


Insurance Commissioner. 


J. R. Young. 


Insurance Commissioner 


J. R. Young. 


Insurance Commissioner 


J. R. Young, 


Insurance Commissioner 


September, 1918. 




J. R. Young. 


insurance Commissioner 


J. R. Young. 


Insurance Commissioner 



October, 1918. 
J. R. Young. I 

J. R. Young. I....«. ....^^ w ...^.., 

J. R. Young. Insurance Commissi 
J. R. Young. I « . 



20,000.00 
264.52 
20.000.00 
20.000.00 
20,000.00 
20,000.00 



$ 20,000.00 
20,000.00 



20,000.00 
20.000.00 
20.000.00 
20.000.00 



INTEREST ON BANK BALANCES. 



Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

Sundry banks... S 1,107.19 

J. R, Young. Insurance Commissioner 92.19 

Citizens Banlt. liurnsville _ 2.47 

Charlotte National Bank 2.2S 

First National Bank, Elizabeth City 1:14 ; 

Bank of Franklin 2.14 

Bank of North Wilkesboro I .73 

Page Trust Co . Aberdeen 11.52 

Commercial National Bank, Raleigh- 705.27 j 



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Document Ko. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



INTEREBT ON BANE BALANCES — continued. 

December, 1917. 

Raleigh Banking and Trust Co ..- --- 

Citizens National Bank, Raleigh _ 

Concord National Bank -.- 

National Bank of Fayetteville -- 

National Bank of Fayetteville 

Commercial Bank, Rutherfordton 

Bank of Eienton 

Wayne National Bank. Goldsboro 

Merchants National Bank, Raleigh 

Merchants National Bank, Raleigh, bond account 

Shuford National Bank. Newton 

American Trust Co., Charlotte 



January, 1918. 
Sundry banks 

Union National Bank. Charlotte 

Sundry banks, deposits 

Sundry banks, checks 

Citizens National Bank, Raleigh _,. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 

Merchants National Bank. Raleigh. __ -_- 

Raleigh Banking and Trust Co 

Raleigh Savings Bank and Trust Co 

Commercial Bank. Rutherfordton 

Wachovia Bank and Trust Co.. Winston-Salem. 

Page Trust Co 

Bank of Edenton... 

Wayne National Bank. Goldsboro... 

First National Bank. Elizabeth City... 

Citizens National Bank. Reidsville 

National Bank of Fayetteville 

Concord National Bank 



February, 1918. 

Sundry banks, deposits.. 

Sundry banks, checks 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner. 

Commercial National Bank. Raleigh 

Commercial National Bank. Statesville 

Concord National Bank. Concord 

Sundry banks 

American Trust Co --- 

Commercial Bank. Rutherfordton 

Merchants National Bank. Raleigh... 

Wilmington Savings and Trust Co., check. 

Citizens Bank, Burnsvilie 

National Bank, Fayetteville 

Bank of Rpudolph, Asheboro 



1,122.26 

104.38 

1.058.71 

680.73 

27.34 

4.50 

704.50 

13.95 

13.27 

78.26 

144.44 

5.95 

10.99 

16.60 



March, 1918. 

Bank of Edenton 

Sundry ban ks 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 

Sundry depos* ts — 

Sundry checks 

Sundry deposits 

Sundry checks 

Raleigh Banking and Trust Co., deposits.. 



5.15 
695.97 
50.55 
1.514.! 
77.00 
65.64 
16.46 
170.12 



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161 



Statement D — Continuecl. 



INTEREST ON BANK BALANCES — continued. 

March, 1918. 

Wilmington Sa^-ings and Trust Co. checks 

Citizens National Bank. Kaleigh 

First National Bank, Rocky Mount 

Bank of Randolpli. Asheboro -.. 

Page Trust Co -.. - -- 

American Trust Co. Charlotte 

National Bank, Fayetteville 

Concord National Bank - 



April, 1918. 

Sundry checks _ 

Sundry bank deposits 

Sundry deposits 

J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner.. 

Mechanics Savings Bank 

American Trust Co., Charlotte 

Bank of Davie, Mocksville 



May, 1918. 

Sundry deposits 

Sundry deposits 

Sundry checks 

Commercial Bank. Rutherf ordton . 
Sundry banks 



81.46 
106.38 

17.09 
6.08 
2.85 

22.41 

16.49 
4.10 



182.41 
1,135.89 
983.27 
121.67 
.23 
30.03 
17.42 



100.00 
1,902.81 
102.91 
13.88 
875.68 



June, 1918, 

The Union National Bank, Charlotte ' $ 103.33 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner. _ _,. _ 307.27 

Sundry banks 1,587.67 

Sundry banks .._ _._ 720.83 

Concord National Bank.. 43.34 



July. 1918. 

Commercial National Bank, High Point.. 

Union National Bank, Charlotte... 

J. R. Young, Insurance Co 

Sundry banks _. 

Bank of Davie, Mocksville.. 

Sundry banks 

Sundry banks 

Page Trust Co., Aberdeen.. 



August, 1918. . 
The Union National Bank, Charlotte.. 
J. U. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 

Sundry banks 

Bank of Davie, MocksWlle 

Peoples Hank, Williamston 

Sundry banks 

Page Trust Co., .\berdeen _ 

First National Bank, Wilson 

Sundry banks 

October, 1918. 

Checks 

Deposits... 

Sundry banks 



24.42 
100.00 
99.-37 
1,046. 
8.51 
484.30 
65.91 
14.45 



103.. 33 
107.85 
2,649.04 
7.29 
30.66 
401.89 
34.62 
10.52 
541.01 



S 249.62 

1,446.49 

143.24 



11 — Part I — 1918 



162 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



INTEBEBT ON BANK BALANCES— continued, 

Oclober, 1918. 

Wilmington Savings and Tnist Co 

Sundry banks 



S 204.44 
1,292.94 



November. 1918. 

Sundry banks.. 
Sundry banks.. 



$ 64.81 

932.45 



LAND TITLES, REGISTRATION AND ASSURANCE OF. 

Received on above account ae follows; 
October, 1918. 
W. N. Norman, C. S. C, Tyrrell County 



LAWS AND JOURNAla, SALE OF. 

Received on above account as folio 



December, 1917. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



Febiuary, 1913. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State- 



March, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



April, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



May, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



June, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



July, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



August, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State- 



September, 1918, 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



October, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State.. 



November, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



40.21 
7.43 
23.lt 
62.05 
5.45 



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163 



Statement D — Continued. 



LOAN TO BTATE. 

Received on above account as follows: 
July, 1918. 

State Highway Com. Co. Road Fund, loan to State, on note 6 months 
w^thout interest 

Auto Highway Com. Co. Road Fund, notes payable! loan "to Stat^"'"'^ 



t 50,000.00 
25,000.00 



August, 1918. 
Citizens National Bank Raleigh, for Caswell Training School J 5.000.OO 



5,000.00 



MANSION AND QROUNDS, BEFOND. 

Received on above account as follows' 
October, 1918. 

Southern Railway Co. freight agent, Raleigh 



MEBCANTILE AOENaEB. 

Received on above account as folio 
June, 1918. 

The Bradstreet Company. New York, N. Y 

Sep'ember, 1918. 
R. G. Dun & Co 



STATE GUARD, REFTJND. 

Received on above account as followa- 
January, 1918, 

Mai. George L. Peterson, Ex-Paymaster General, aUeged shortage.....' t 7,600.00 



NEOBO AGRICCLTUKAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE, GREENSBORO 

Received on above account as follows: 



July, 1918. 

Federal appropriati 



May. 1918. 
The Union News Co, 



NEW8DEALEBS ON TRAINS— UCENSE TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 



October. 1918. 
The Parker Railway News Co.. 



400.00 
600.00 



164 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



NORTH CAROUNA AQHICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. 

Received on above account as follows: 
January, 191S. 
Federal Government 



May, 1918. 

Federal Government.. 



August, 1918. 
Federal Government.. 



October, 1918. 

Federal Government.. 



November, 1918. 

Federal Government.. 



Total -. 

NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION CONTINGENCIES, REFUND. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
C. H. Ray, auditor State Tax Commission, mileage 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD DIVIDENDS. 

Received on above account as follows: 
February, 1918. 
R. B. White, Treasurer, dividend No. 56. 



July, 1918. 
R. B. White, Treasurer, semiannual dividend. 



August, 1918. 
R. B. White, Treasurer.. 



Total 

NORTH CAROLIN.V STATE COLLEGE OP AGRICULTURE AND ENGINEERING. 

Received on above account as follows: 
February, 1918. 
Federal appropriation from Smith-Lever Fund .' 



July, 1918. 

Federal appropriati( 



August, 1918. 

Federal appropriatic 



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JOCUMEXT 



Xo. 



165 



Statement D — Continued. 



NORTH CABOLINA TUBEBCTTLOBIS SANATORIUM — FIRE LOSS. 

Received on above account as follows: 
February. 1918. 
J. U. Young. Insurance Comnussioner.- 



S 8.333.29 



OIL 



Received 
Oeceinber. 1917. 
\V. A. Graliam. Com 
W. A. Graham. Commissioner stamps 



account as follows: 



t 4,692.30 
556.65 



January, 1918. 
W. A Graha 
W. A. Graha 



, Commissioner, stamps.. 
, Commissioner, stamps.. 



February. 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps.. 
\V. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps.. 

March. 1918. 

VV. A. Graham. Commissioner, stamps.. 



$ 3.038.02 
1,223.55 



$ 5,229.45 
942.65 



April. 1918. 
W. A. Graham. Commissioner, stamps.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps.. 



May, 1918. 
W. A. Graham. Co 
W. A. Graham, Com: 



June, 1918. 
W. A. Graha 
W. A. Graha 



. Commissioner, stamps.. 
, Commissioner, stamps.. 



July, 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps.. 

August, 1918. 



W. A. Graham, Co 



eioner. stamps.. 



September . 1918. 

W. A. Graham Commissioner, stamps.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps.. 

Oclober, 1918. 
W. A. Graham. Commissioner stamps.. 
W. A. Graham. Commissioner, stamps., 
W. A. Graham. Commissioner, stamps.. 

November, 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, stamps.. 
W. A. Graham. Commissioner, stamps.. 



t 4.811.70 
444.70 



i 1.244.97 
1.741.75 



t 2.409.68 
20.00 



; t 1.948.24 

2.348.00 

835.23 



t 1.980.09 
3.651.45 



t 2.452.10 
1.515.70 
1.551.10 



t 2.065.00 
2.963.83 



166 



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[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



OIL INSPECTION FUND — TRANSFER, 

Received on above account as follows: 
February, 1918. 
Transfer to General Fund _ 

May. 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, transfer from Oil Fund 

October, 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, transfer from Oil Fund. 

November, 1918. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, transfer from Oil Fund .' 

Total -- -- 

PENSION REFUND. 

Received on above account as follows; 
February, 1918. 

West Publishing Co., St. Paul, overcharge, supplies _, 

C. S. C, Randolph County, disabled pensioner deceased .-- 

April, 1918. 
W. P. Wood, State Auditor, pension W. Z. James, Durham County 

Total -- 

PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS' LICENSES. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
Dunliam's Music House, Asheville, 1917 

January, 1918. 

Chase-Hackley Piano Co.— --- 

The Greensboro Music Co., tax on sales, 1917 

James Munn. Walton. N. Y., "The Munn Piano" 

February, 1918. 

P. J Leonard & Co. Lexington 

Parker & Gardner Co. Charlotte - 

June, 1918. 
J. S. Leonard, Salisbury, N. C 

July, 1918. 

C G. Finegan. Tarboro, N. C, year ending June 30, 1919 

J. C Duke. Statesville 

Chase-Hackley Piano Co 

The Baldwin Piano Co., Cincinnati 1 

W. R, Murray Co., Durham 

Garvm Furniture Co., Newton, N. C - 

T. P, Dillon. Monroe. N. C 

Falk's Music House, Asheville. N. C --- - 

Jesse G. Bowen & Co., Winslon-Salem 

W. W. Kimball Co.. Chicago _- 

Adam Schaaf, Chicago - - - 



2.00 
120.00 



t 


1.00 




20.97 




60.00 


i 


50.00 




480.00 


I 


50.00 



66.00 
50.00 
118.20 
167. 73 
50. no 
55.60 
54.40 
72.57 
52.00 
221.63 
54.48 



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167 



Statement D — Continued. 



PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERB' LICENSES— COn(in»ed. 

July. 1918. 

Ba.«h & Gerts Piano Co.. Chicago 

Fuller's Music House, New Bern 

The .Starr Piano Co.. Richmond. Ind 

The Starr Piano Co., additional tax on sales, E. S. VanAlstyne.. 

J. W. Hollingsworth. Newton. N. C _.. 

Charle.^ Coodrich, Elizabeth City. N. C 

Lester Piano Co.. Philadelnhia, Pa 

Weaver Piano Co., York, Pa 

Colonial Piano Corporation, Richmond, Va 

F. H. Andrews, Charlotte - --- -- 

M. Schult^ Co.. Chicago, 111 --- 

Hobart M. Cable Co - 

The Starr Piano Co.. 8 duplicates 



56.00 
73.40 
78.00 
4.92 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 
99.87 

101.80 
50.00 

206.02 
96.55 
8.00 



August, 1918. 

Weaver Piano Co.. York. Pa., duplicates.... 

James Munn, Walton, N. Y.. tax on sales 

Hallet & Davis Piano Co.. Boston, Mass.... 

Harrison Piano Co., Williamston 

Charles M. .Stieff, Baltimore. Md 

Chase-Hackley Piano Co 

Weaver Piano Co., York, Pa 

Charles M. Stieff, Baltimore, sales. Norfolk Branch.. 

The Starr Piano Co.. Richmond. Ind.. duplicate 

Weaver Piano Co.. Inc., duplicate 

Colonial Piano Corporation, duplicate. 

W. R. Murray Co., tax from sales 

W. W. Putnam Co., Inc.. 

P. J. Leonard. Lexington 

Weaver Fiano Co.. York. Pa., duphcate.. 

Parker-Gardner Co.. Charlotte. N. C 

Baker Bros., Tarboro, N. C... 



4.00 

18.48 

145.02 

50.00 

343.85 

1.00 

2.00 

120. 67 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

49.20 

144.11 

4.64 

1.00 

86 00 

50.00 



September, 1918. 
Chase-Hackley Piano Co.. duplicate.. 

The Starr Piano Co., duplicate 

Hallet & Davis Piano Co., duplicate.. 
Peres Furniture Store 



October. 1918. 
Weaver Piano Co., Inc., dupUcates.. 
Lester Piano Co., duplicate 



November. 1918. 
Hallet & Dav 



I Piano Co., duplicate.. 



POSTAGE AND STATIONERT. 

Received on above account as follows 



December. 1917. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



January. 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 




168 



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[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



POBTAGB AND STATIONERT — Continued, 

February. 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 



March, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State- 



April, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



May, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



June, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State- 



July, 1913. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



August, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



September, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State- 



October 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State- 



PRrVILEGE TAX ON RAILROAD 

Received on above account as f( 
December, 1917. 
Asheviile and East Tennessee R. R. Co 



November, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State •- S 0.40 



June, 1918. 
Dover and Southbound... i 97.60 



July, 1918. 

Kinston-Carolina R. R., year ending June 30, 1918 

Carolina R. R.. year ending June 30. 1918 

Warrenton R. R. Co 

August, 1918. 

Atlantic Coast line R. R., year ending June 30, 1918 

Washington and Vandemere. year ending June 30, 1918 ..- 

Smoky Mountain Ry. Co.. year ending June 30. 1918.. 

Carolina. Clinchfield and Ohio Ry. Co.. year ending June 30. 1918 

Durham and Southern Ry.. year ending June 30. 1918 

Madison County Ry. Co .--. 

Laurinburg and Southern R. R. Co --- 

Virginia and Carolina Southern R. R. Co.. year ending June 30, 1918. 

Wellington and Powellsville R. R.. year ending June 30, 1918 

Cliffside R. R. Co.. year ending June 30. 1918 

Rockingham R. R. Co.. year ending June 30, 1918 



120.00 
83.16 
30.00 



9,598.30 
158.36 

57.60 

1.174.00 

589. 70 

43.20 
144.00 
351.66 
132.00 

40.00 

85.60 



1919] 



Document Xo. 5 



169 



Statement D — Continued. 



nliii 



PRIVILEGK TAX OS RAILRO 

Augus;, 1913, 

Seaboard Air Line Ry.. year ending June SO. 1918 

Durham and South Carolina, year ending June 30, 1918, 



6,280.30 
336.00 



September, 1918. 

Borlee and Western Ry Co., year ending June 30. 1918. $ 44.00 

Raleigh ami Charleston Ry. Co.. year ending June .30. 1918 | 83.04 

Norfolk and Western Ry. Co., year endin,; June 20. 1918... i 905.60 

Winston-Salem Southbound, year endin? June 30 1918 j 877.00 

Carolina and Yadkin River, year ending June 30. 191S .i 208.86 

Carolina and Northwestern, year ending June 30. 1918 698.40 

Tallulah Falls Ry. Co.. year ending June 30. 1918 58.00 

Danville and Western, year ending June 30. 1918 I 89.50 

Southern Railway, year ending June 30. 191S I 10,934.60 

Tennessee and North Carolina R. R., year ending June 30, 1918 | 101.70 

Appalachian Ry. Co., year ending June 30, 1918 | 39. ■20 

Atlantic and Yadkm Ry. Co., year ending June 30. 1918.. I 1,288.64 

Yadkin R. R. Co.. year ending June 30, 1918 410.00 

High Point, Randlenian, ,\sheboro and Southern, year ending June 

30. 1918 L 214.2! 

Norfolk Southern, year ending June 30, 1918.... 7,902.36 



October, 1918. 
Carolina and Tennessee Southern Ry. Co.. 
Virginia-Carolina Ry... 

Aahevilie and Craggy Mountain Ry. Co.... 



November, 1918. 
Black Mountain Ry. Co.. 



PUBLIC PRINTING, REFUND. 

Received on above account as follows: 
February, 1918. ! 

Y. M. C. A. (war work), 2,500 Dept. Public Instruction bulletins $ 35.75 



324.80 
26.34 



PUBLIC BCHOOL8— MOONLIGHT SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Received on above account as follows: 
March, 1918. 
Y. M. C. A., Petersburg, purchasing M. S. P,ulletin3 



170 



Document ^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



RAILROAD PROPERTY TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 



General Pensions Total 



December, 1917. 

Eastern Carolina Ry., Tarboro.. 
Carolina and Yadkin River Ry.. 

Atlantic and Carolina R. R 

AsheviUe and East Tennessee 



Totals., 



January, 1918. 
Watauga and Yadkin River Ry 

Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern.. 



June, 1918. 

Mount Airy and Eastern Ry., 1916. 
Mount Airy and Eastern Ry., 1917_. 



Totals.. 



July, 1918. 
Atlantic and Carolina R. R. 

Roanoke Ry 

Warrenton R. R . 

Rockingham R. R. Co 

Durham and Southern Ry.. 

Totals , 



August, 1918. 

Smoky Mountain Ry , 

Lawndale Railway and Industrial Co 

Aberdeen and Rockfish R. R 

Durham and South Carolina 

Virginia and Carolina Southern 

Norfolk and Western Ry _ 

Laurinburg and Southern R. R 

Cliffside Railroad _. 

Madison County Ry -_. 

Louisville and Nashville R. R. Co..... 

Carolina R. R. Co 

Kinston-Carolina R. R 

Washington and Vandemere R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Black Mountain Ry. Co 

Winston-Salem Southbound Ry , 

Carolina. Clinch6eld and Ohio Ry.... 

Norfolk Southern Ry _. 

Virginia-Carolina Ry. Co 

Southern Railway Co 

Tallulah Falls Ry 

Danville and Western Ry.- 



260. 33 
2S8.34 
33.83 
75.02 



44.00 


$ 


304.33 


48.74 




337. OS 


5.71 




39.54 


12.68 




87.70 



657.62 



t 276.42 
190. 60 



S 46.72 $ 323.14 

32.21 222.81 



t 23.67 

23.67 



4.00 
4.00 



33.83 


i 5.72 


46.72 


7.89 


42.60 


7.20 


177.26 


29.96 


,961.03 


500.45 



66.80 


t 9.60 


47.33 


8.00 


418.90 


70.80 


353.86 


59.81 


517.41 


87.46 


5,272.92 


891.20 


340.80 


57.60 


50.48 


8.53 


57.98 


9.80 


187.58 


31.70 


107.08 


17.20 


130.17 


22.00 


213.00 


36.00 


81,993.98 


13,858.13 


232.34 


39.46 


4,981.36 


841.92 


6,623.67 


1,119.49 


20,604.93 


3,482.52 


577.73 


97.64 


117.208.96 


19,809.96 


256.. ■i9 


43.. 33 


169.45 


28.64 



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Document No. 5 



171 



Statement D — Continued. 



PROPERTY TAX — continxted. 





General 


Pensions 


Total 


August. 1918. 
Ralelch and Charleston R. R. 


1 307.66 
170.40 
23.67 
23.07 
112.41 
75.26 
1,341.90 
51.44 
47,629.17 


t 52.00 
28.80 
4.00 
4.00 
19.00 
12.72 
226.80 
8.69 
8,050.00 












Asheville .'>outhern Rv - - 




LinviUe River Ry 

E. Tennessee and Western North Carolina R. R. 


131.41 










Seaboard Air Line Ry 








Totals 


t 290,139.30 


S 49,036.79 








September. 1918. 


% 157.90 
78.10 


S 26.69 
13.20 












Totals.. 








October. 1918. 






144.37 24.40 








Totals 


t 191.70 I 32.40 


$ 224.10 




$ 295,000.32 $ 49,858.36 


t 344,858.68 




R.VILEO.iD PBOPERTT TAX— PENALTIES. 

Received on above account as follows: 
June. 1918. 
Mount .Airy and Eastern Ry., 1916 




t 2.77 





Mount Airy anrl Eastern Ry., 1917.. 



REFRIGERATOB CAHB, PROPEHTT T.VX. 

Received on above account as followe: 





General 


Peneions 


Total 


February, 1918. 
C'udahv Parking Co 


t 0.47 
.17 


S O.OS 

.08 


S 0..55 










% 0.94 


i 0.16 


t IK 




Septeoibet 1918. 


t 1.66 
4.73 
.47 


t 0.28 
.80 
.08 






5.53 
.55 


Cudahy Packing Co 



172 



DoCtTMENT Wo. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



HEFRIGERATOR CARS, PROPERTY 


T.\x — continued. 






General 


Pensions 


Total 


September, 1918. 


$ 17.75 
41.42 
3.7S 


$ 3.00 
7.00 
.64 






48 42 












$ 69.81 


I 11.80 








October, 1918. 


$ 4.73 

49.70 

23.67 

.59 


t 0.30 
8.40 
4.00 
.10 






58.10 




27.67 




.69 








t 7S.69 


S 13.30 


$ 91.99 








t 149.44 


% 25.26 


1 174.70 






REFTJNDB. 

January, 1918. 
Southern Express Co., overcharge _ 

Clerk Superior Court, Transylvania County, pensions. Bishop and 
Miller . - 


t 0.60 

90.00 
1.12 

45.00 

100.00 
33.00 




George S. Speer & Co., stamps on noti^s, Board of Educa 

J. L. Griffin, Clerk Superior Court, Chatham County, f 

W. C. Hart - 


tion 




ension, Mrs 




W. K Bogisan, Clerk Superior Court. Anson County, disabled soldier. 




W P. Wood, State Auditor, for A D. Duncan, Duplin County 


t 269.72 




i 229.00 


8E4L8, EXECOTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Received on above account as follows: 






$ 229.00 
272.25 


January, 1918. 
Santford Martin, Private Secretary 


$ 272.25 


February, 1918. 


S 461.75 




461.75 


March, 1918. 


i 325.25 




325.25 


April, 1918. 


$ 296.25 




296.25 


May, 1918. 


S 212.75 






212.75 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



173 



Statement D — Continued. 



SEALS, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT — continued. 

June, 1918. 
Santford Martin. Private Secretary- 



July, 1918. 

Santford Martin, Private Secretary, 



August, 1918. 

Santford Martin, Private Secretary.. 



September, 1918. 

Santford Martin. Private Secreta 



October, 1918, 
Santford Martin, Private Secretary., 



November, 1918. 

Santford Martin. Private Secreta 



SEAL T.\.^ STATE DEPARTMENT. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December, 1917. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



January, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 



February, 1918, 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



March, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



April, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 



May, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



June, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 



July, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, .Secretary of State., 



August, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



September, 1918, 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 



October, 1918. 
J. Bryan Crimea, Secretary of State., 



November, 1918. 
J. Bryan Gr'mes. .Secretary of State. 





24.00 




21.00 




22.00 




34.00 




24.00 




22.00 




9.00 




20.00 




iroo 




1.3.00 




18.00 



174 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



SEWING MACHINE COMPANIES— LICENBEfl. 



Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
White Sewing Machine Co., Cleveland, Ohio 



February, 1918, 

Jacksonville Hardware and Furniture Co., "New Home'" duplicate,. 

New Home Sewing Machine Co.. duplicate, M. P. Furn. Store 

Free Sewing Machine Co., duplicate, J. J. Lambeth 

Free Sewing Machine Co.. duplicate, Magnolia Furniture Co 

Free Sewing Machine Co., duplicate, G. M. Taylor 



1.00 
1.00 



1.00 
1.00 



March, 1918. 

New Horn 



I Sewing Machine Co.. 



May, 1918. 
White Sewing Machine Co.. 



July, 1918. 
Free Sewing Machine Co., Rockford, 111., duplicate. J. E. Miles Hard- 



The Davis Sewing Machine Co., Dayton, Ohio, year ending June 30, 

1919 - 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., New Jersey 

Standard Sewing Machine Co., Cleveland, Ohio 



282.99 

3,227.48 

142.97 



August, 1918. 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., duplicates. 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., duplicates 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., duplicates 

White Sewing Machine Co., Cleveland 

Davis Sewing Machine Co., duplicate 

The New Home Sewing Machine Co 

Singer Sewing Machine Co 

Davis Sewing Machine Co 

Free Sewing Machine Co.. Rockford, HI 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 3 duplicates 

Free Sewing Machine Co., 2 duplicates 

Free Sewing Machine Co., duplicate 

The New Home Sewing Machine Co., dupUcate. 



132.00 
19.00 
31.00 

236. 63 
1.00 

242.34 
7.00 
3.00 

250.45 
3.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 



September, 1918. 

Free Sewing Machine Co., duplicate 

White Sewing Machine Co., duplicates-. 



1.00 
2.00 



Octobei, 1918. 

New Home Sewing Machine Co., duplicate, A. J. Kittrell.. 

Free Sewing Machine Co., duplicate, A. J. Kittrell 

White Sewing Machine Co., duplicate, A. J. Kittrell 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., duplicate, I. T. Cates... , 



1.00 
1.00 



November, 1918, 

White Sewing Machine Co.. 2 duplicates.. 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



175 



Statement D — Continued. 



SKETCHES CONFEDERATE REGIMENTS. B-4LE OP. 

Received on above account as follows: 
June, 1918. 


i 14.30 






; 14.30 




$ 1,347.99 


SLEEPING-CAB COMPANY PROPERTY TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 
October. 1918. 






S 1,347.99 




t 50.00 
50.00 
50.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20. CO 
50.00 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
5.00 
50.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20 00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
5.00 
5.(» 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS. 

Received on above account as follows: 
Apiil. 1918. 

Edward W Pou - 








L. D. Robinson -.. 




S. B. McLean 












Michael Schenck _ 




J. C. B. Ehringhaua 




M. H. Justice . . 




W. M. Person ..... 




R. L. Huflman 




T. D. Bryson.. . . 




A. M. Frve 








W. P. Horton 




W. T. Cross 




B. F. Loni; 




W. D. Pollock.... 




Walter Murphy ... . . 




Welch Galloway 




W. E. Brock 




S. .\. Newell 








W. J. Adams . . ... . . 








J. C. Bowers . 








G. E. Midvette 








T. B. Finley 




J. E. Swain. 








0. B. Coward . 




William J. Hannah 




Fred D. Ilamrick 




H. L. Lyon 








W.Mitchell.... 




J. W. Hayes... 




J. N. Price.. . 








F. Brock 





176 



Document Ifo. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



STATE BOARD OF 

Apiil, 1918. 

R. D. Sisk— 

S. M. Gattis 

J. F. Spainhour 

Zebulon Weaver 

Percy J. Olive 

George P. Pell _._ 

C. G. Gilreath _... 

Z. V. Hawls .._ 

R. E. Whitehurst _ 

W. H. Fisher... 

R. L. Doughton 

Henry P. Lane.. 

P. A. McElroy __ 

Francis M. Farrill 

John H. Small. 

H. L. Godwin 

John M. Morehead 

Walter D. Siler 

Alpheiis A. Woody 

William P. Bynum.... 

Donald McRacken 

T. G. Currin 



Ed« 



L. Ga 



W. R. Allen. 

P. D. Walker.. 

Walter Clark 

T. H. Calvert 

Frank A. Daniels 

Sundry sources 

Dr. James D. Gregg.. 

J. W. Ha.ves 

J. C. Herbert... 

W. L. Long 

George L. Williamson 

John W. Kurfee 

James J. Britt 

H. R. Starbuck 

George W. Wilson 

S. E. Marshall 

J. Laurence Jones 

Herbert E. Nor is...., 

O. V. BJythe 

J. R.Joyce 

F. M. Simmons 

. R. H. Dixon 

W. P. Ragan. 

M. H. Yount 



W. B. Co 



nil.. 



George H. Wright 

W. C. Harris. 

J. Coleman Ramsey.. 

G. D. Bailey 

W. L. Winkler 

VanB. Martin 

R. L. Hayniore-. 

H. G. Connor. Jr 

J. A. Brown 

John A. McCoogan.. 



5.00 

20.00 

5.00 

50.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

5.00 

50.00 

20.00 

20.00 

5.00 

50.00 

50.00 

50.00 

20.00 

5.00 

20.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

• 20.00 

20.00 

225.00 

50.00 

20.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

50.00 

50.00 

20.00 

20.00 

5.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

50.00 

60.00 

20.00 

20.00 

50.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20 00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 



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Document No. 5 



177 



Statement D — Continued. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTION8 — continued. 

April. 1918. 

William S. Bailey , 

William B. Snow 

J. B. Ray 

James M. Johnson 

George H. Ward 

Marvin L. Rich... 

Lindsay C. Warren 

A. J. Blanton 

J. C. Fisher 

James L. Sheek 

Morrison H. Caldwell 

E. R. Johnson... 

J. T. Copeland 

N. V. Long 

J. Clyde Ray 

M. J. Hawkins 

George A. Holderness 

J. L. DeLaney 

G. E. DePriest 

Joseph C. McAdams 

John C. Pickett 

J. F. Shinn 

A. L. McCaskiU 1 

E. B. Cloud 

D. Seaton Smith , 

A. B. Palmer.. 

D. Z. Newton 

E. W. Timberlake 

Edward M. Linville 

J. K. Warren 

Charles G. Lee 

Charles G. Bennett 

Claude Kitchin 

J. W. Keerans 

R. I!. KiUian 

W. T. Dortch.... 

Charles A. Jones.. 

A. N. Jamea _ 

John H. Kerr 

Clifford N. Cox... 

C. R. Pugh 

Frank A. Linney 

J. Frank Wooten 

J. W. Pless 

J. W. Johnson 

Thomas A. Coi 

R T. Weatherman 

B. H. Grumpier.. 

David H. Blair 

W. A. Reinhardt.... 

John A. Gavin, Jr... 

J. A. Powers 

C. R. Wheatley 

W. H. McNeill 

J. C. Newell 



50.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
50.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
20.00 
5.00 
20.00 
20.00 
5.00 
50.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6C.0O 
50.00 
5.00 
20.00 
20.00 
60.00 
£0.00 
20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
5.00 
20.00 
20.00 
50.00 
5.00 
5.00 



12 — Part I — 1918 



178 



Document l^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



STATE BmLDINQ COMMIB8IOX. 

Received on above account as followe: 
July. 1918. 

N. C. Srhool Book Depository, proceeds bond sale — 
First National Bank. Asbeboro, proceeds bond sale — 
E. W. Knight, Supt., Raleigh, proceeds bond sale 



Augusi, 1918. 

Citizens Bank, Marshall, proceeds bond sale 

W. J. Armfield, High Point, proceeds bond sale.. 
E. W. Knight, Supt., Raleigh, proceeds bond sal 

September. 1918. 

Merchants National Bank, proceeds bond sale... 



November, 1918. 

Wayne National Bank, proceeds bond sale.. 



STATE AND COLONIAL RECORDS, SALE OF. 

Received on above account as follows: 



June. 1918. 

Carrie L. Broughton, State Librarian.. 



STATE HOSPITAL, RALEIGH — FIRE LOSS- 

Received on above account as follows: 



March, 1918. 

J. R. Youns, Insurance Commissioner. 



STATE S PRISON E 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
J. R. Collie, superintendent 



January. 1918. 
J. R. Collie, superintendent— 
J. R. Collie, superintendent.. 

February. 1918. 
J. R. Collie, superintendent.- 

March, 1918. 

J. R. Collie, superintendent.. 
J. R. Collie, superintendcnt.- 
J. R. Collie, superintendent.. 

Aptil,1918. 
J. R. Collie, superintendent., 
J. R. Collie, superintendent.. 
J. R. Collie, superintendent-. 



$ 5,000.00 
9.800.00 
15.000.00 



$ 5.000.00 
1,000.00 
15,000.00 



i 


594.24 
5,183.65 


$ 


6,872.72 


t 


4,559.70 
8,661.10 
7,922.60 


t 


80,432.11 

8,626.15 

515.34 



1919] 



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179 



Statement D — Continued. 



state's TRISON EARNINGS— COn/inUed, 

May. 1918. 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

June, 1918. 

J. n. Collie, superintendent 

J. U. Collie, superintendent 

July, 1918. 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

August, 1918. 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

September. 1918. 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

J. R. Collie, superintendent __. 

October. 1918. 

J. R. Collie, superintendent -._ _., 

J. R. Collie, superintendent , 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

J. R. Collie, superintendent _ 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

November. 1918. 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

J. R. Collie, superintendent 

J. R. Collie, superintendent _ 

Total _. 





5,950.72 
932.79 


t 6,883.51 








7,886.00 
3,193.32 


11.079.32 




1,064.50 




3.242.33 






9,207.70 






823.33 


14, .337.88 








7,046.48 
7,242.91 


14,289.39 








1,846.66 
6,051.67 
6,800.05 


14,693.38 








1,365.40 
1,539.15 
1,662.62 
1,000.00 
3,880.98 
3,621.93 
6,414.40 


19,484.ig 








7,811.42 

2,150.57 

793.42 


10,755.41 






t 223,841.50 



STEAMBOAT AND CANAL PROPERTY TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


December, 1917. 

Eiisttrn Carolina Transportation Co 


t 17.75 


S _ 3.00 


S 5.00 


$ 25.76 


September, 1913. 
Halifax and .\orthampton Bridge Co 


( 17.75 
52.00 
.95 
4.73 
9.47 
1.77 
1.18 


t 3.00 

8.78 
.16 
.80 

1.60 
.30 
.20 


% 5.00 
6.40 
5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


t 25.75 






Bennett Ferry Co.. . 








Blewett Falls Ferry Co. 




Weeksville Tranaportation Co 


6.38 



180 



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Statement D — Continued. 



STEAMBOAT AND CANAL PROPERTY 


TAX — continued. 






General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


Soptember. 1918. 
Roanoke and Tar River Steamboat Co.... 


J 7.10 
3.55 
.06 
2.37 

22.01 
2.44 
1.18 

37.87 

26.03 
1.18 

63.90 
9.47 
2.37 


$ 1.20 
.60 
.01 
.40 

3.72 
.41 
.20 

6.40 

4.40 

.20 

10.80 

1.60 
.40 


$ 6.80 
5.00 
5. CO 
5.00 
16.24 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
5.00 


S 15.10 


Valle Crucis and Blowing Rock Turnp. Co. 

Catawba Toll Bridge Co 

Lenoir and Blowing Rock Turnpike Co 

Boone and Blow-ing Rock Turnpike Co.... 

T. H. Pritchard Transportation Co 

Wilmington Towing Co 


5.07 
7.77 

41.97 
7.85 
6.3» 

52 27 






Sladesville Canal Co. . 




Albemarle Steam Navigation Co 


74 70 




6.00 
5.00 






7.77 






Totals. 


$ 267.38 


$ 45.18 


$ 112.44 








October. 1913. 


S 9.47 
47.33 
23.67 


$ 1.60 
8.00 
4.00 


$ 5. CO 

400.00 


% 16.07 


Lake Drummond Canal and Water Co 


455.33 
27.67 


Fairfield and Elizabeth City Trans. Co... 8.28 I 1.40 




9.6S 




1 






Totals 


S 88.75 S 15.00 


t 405.00 


% 508. 75 






November, 1918. 


1 
{ 8.23 it 1.40 




{ 9.6S 
.27 




.23 


.04 










S 8.51 


$ 1.44 




1 9.95 








S 382. 39 


} 64.62 


S 522.44 


i 969. 45 











RAILWAY, LIGHT AND WATER COMPANIES. 

Received on above account as follows: 





General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


December, 1917. 

New Bern-Ghent Street Railway 

Linville Electric Co. 


$ 21.30 
15.97 
355.00 
12.30 
49.68 

1.41 
59.16 

4.73 
82.83 

8.16 


3 3.60 
2.70 
60.00 
2.08 
8.39 
.24 
10.00 
.80 
14.00 
1.37 


S 5.00 
5.00 
160.00 
5.00 
10.20 
5.00 


3 29.90 
23.67 




575.00 




19. 3S 




68.27 




6.65 




69.15 




6.72 
26.16 
18.64 


12.25 




122.99 




28.17 






Total- . 


S 610.54 


t 103.18 


S 241.72 


i 955. 44 







1919] 



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181 



Statement D — Continued. 



BTBEET B\IL.WAT. UGHT AND WATER COMPANIEB— Continued. 



General Pensions Franchise Total 



January. 1918. 

Brevard Light and Power Co 

Cascade Power Co 

Catawba Mfg. and Electric Power Co.. 

Tidewater Power Co 

Tidewater Power Co.... 

N. C. Electrical Power Co., Asheville.. 



5.00 
13. S4 



Totals.. 



February, 1918. 
Graham Water and Electric Co.. 

Randolph Power Co 

Hillsboro Power and Light Co... 



Totals.. 



March, 1918. 
Laurel Park Street Ry. Co.. 



May, 1918. 
Franklin Light and Powe 



July, 1918. 
Statesville Gas Light and Fuel Co.. 



September, 1918. 

Benson Electric Light Co 

Hillsboro Power and Light Co 

Palmetto Power and Light Co 

Marion Light and Power Co.... 

Asheville Power and Light Co.. 

Windsor Electric and Power Co 

Goldsboro Gas Co 

Conover Electric Co 

Plymouth Light and Ice Co.. __ 

Franklin Light and Power Co 

Broad River Electric Power Co 

Southern Public Utilities Co., Charlotte... 

Park Avenue .Sewerage Co 

Norwood Power and Light Co 

Fries .Mfg. and Power Co.. Winnton-Salem. 

Ititerurhan Water Co.. Ashe\-ille 

Western Carohna Power Co 

Catawba Mfg. and Electric Power Co 

Southern Power Co 

Citizens Light and Power Co 

Rich Square Electric Light and Power Co 

I.enoir Electric Co 

Watauga Electnc Co 

Blue Ridge Interurban Ry. Co 

Riiiboro Light and Power Co 

Blue Ridge Power Co 

Carolina Electric Co 

CaroUDa-Tennessee Power Co 



74.34 
1,834.16 



12.56 
310.00 




4.00 $ 5.00 ; $ 

.80 ! 

1.00 I 5.00 1 



11.49 
5.91 



17.75 
1,834.21 

9.47 
16.16 

2.36 
17.81 
24.85 
13.21 
3 550.00 

2.72 

4.73 



4'i3.S0 
109.41 
3,905.00 
23.67 
4.73 
23.67 
4.73 
25.70 
10.65 



23 66 
79.60 




18.83 
13.84 
86.50 
2,144.16 
47S.36 
848.07 



497.20 I ; 3,590.16 



32.67 
5.53 
11.92 



18.45 

11.91 

5.00 

2.5. 75 

2.800.09 

16.07 

58.89 

7.76 

30.82 

43.05 

75.44 

6,550.00 

8.18 

ID. .53 

5.00 

5.00 

1,142 18 

16.'i.42 

4,505.00 

34.87 

10. .53 

27.67 

5.53 

2.?0. 04 

17.45 

280.00 

41 06 

193.05 



182 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



STREET RAILWAY. LIGHT 


AND W.VTER COMPANIES— CO 


tinued. 






General 


Pensions 


Franchise 


Total 


September, 1918. 


$ 23.67 
14.20 


$ 4.00 
2.40 


t 5. CO 

10.15 
40.00 
60.00 
18.00 
40.00 

6.00 
19.52 

5.00 








Tallassee Power Co 


4C 00 




71.05 
94.67 
99.78 
28.58 
71 00 
2.36 
2.36 


12.00 
16.00 
16.86 
4.83 
12.00 
.40 
.40 






128 67 






Southern Gas and Improvement Co — 


39.41 




7 76 




2 76 








Totals 


t 10,592.96 


S 1,790.34 


S 4,682.27 


$ 17,065.57 


October, 1918. 


$ 7.80 
24.38 
30.01 
75.92 


i 1.32 
4.12 
5.07 
12.83 


S 5.00 
10.00 




Washington Gas Co. 








Catawba Valley Light and Power Co 


9.60 
5.00 


98.35 




15.38 2.f,0 




Wadesboro SeweraEe Co. - 


5.91 

6.50 

319.50 

3.119.73 

2,730.63 

64.61 

11.83 

7.09 

4.73 

946.67 

3,555.87 

1.18 


1.00 
l.IO 




6 91 










54.00 

627.27 

461 .51 

10.92 

2.00 

1.20 

1.30 

160.00 

600.99 

.20 




373 50 














Concord and Kannapolis Gas Co.- . - 




75.53 








Elk Park Electric Light and Power Co 


8.29 


Weaverville Electric Co.. 










1,106.67 






4,156.86 






1.38 










$ 10.983.71 


$ 1,8.56.89 1 S 29.60 


S 12 870.20 






November, 1918. 


S 115.96 
10.18 
94.19 
18.93 
33.13 
14.43 
60.94 
42.44 
11.83 
.12 


t 19.60 
1.72 
15.92 
3.20 
5.60 
2.44 

10. .■io 

7.17 
2.00 
.02 




i 135.56 






11.90 






110.11 


Carter? Falls Power Co 




22.13 






38.73 






16.87 






71.24 






49.61 






13.83 






.14 










i 402.15 


$ 67.97 




$ 470.12 










} 25,366.96 


S 4,287.83 


t 5,473.59 


t 35,128.38 







1919] 



Document No. 5 



183 



Statement D — Continued. 



STREET RAILWAY, LIGHT AND WATER COMPANIES — PENALTIES. 

Received on above account as follows: 
July, 1918. 
StatesvUle Gas, Light and Fuel Co 



SUPREME COURT REPORTS. SALE OF. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December, 1917. 
J. Brvan Grimes, .Secretary of State., 



January, 1918, 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 



February, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State., 



March, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 



April, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 



May, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



June, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



July, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State- 



August, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State- 



September, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State., 



October, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State- 



November, 1918. I 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of Slate ' $ 38.45 



TELEGRAPH COMPANIES, PRIVILEOE TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 
October, 1918. 

Post:.! Telepraph-Cable Co.. year cndinc June 30, 1919 

The Western Union Telegraiih Co., year ending June 30, 1919.. 
Louisburg Telegraph Co., year ending May 31, 1919 



t 1, 464. 64 
6.753,22 
20.00 



184 



Document N^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



TELEGRAPH COMPANIES, PROPERTY TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 





General 


Pensions 


Total 


September, 1918. 


% 1.18 
229.06 


i 


0.20 
38.71 


t 


1.38 




267.77 








$ 230.24 


i 


38 91 


t 


269.15 






October, 1918. 


t 2,130.00 


% 


360.00 


S 


2,490.00 








$ 2,360.24 


s 


398.91 


1 


2,759.15 







TELEPHONE COMPANIES, PROPERTY TAX. 

Received on above account as fallows: 



December, 1917. 

Good Will Telephone Co - 

Sedgcfield Telephone Co - 

Bryeon City Telephone Co - 

Merchants Telephone Co., Middlesei... 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 

St Pauls Telephone Co... 

Rock Ridge Telephone Co ---. 

Mount Airy Telephone Co -.. 

South Yadkin Telephone Co 

Hambys Creek Telephone Co — 

Coleridge Telephone Co 

Mooresville Telephone Co 

Green River Telephone Co.. Rutherfordton 

Rutherfordton Telephone Co 

Mebane-RidgeviUe Telephone Co., Prospect Hill 

Siler City Light and Telephone Co 

Cabin and Eeulaville Telephone Co 

Leicester Telephone Co 

Pinnacle Telephone Co 

Waynesville Telephone Co.- 

Cooleemce Telephone Co 

Dennis Telephone Co., Salem Chapel 

Totals - 

January, 1918. 

Newland Telephone Co 

Pamlico Telephone Co - 

Iredell Telephone Co 

Wadesboro Telephone Co 

Totals - - 



2.37 
11.83 
71.00 
21.20 



106.50 



162.00 
1.40 



3.16 
.08 
2.40 



0.40 
2.00 
12.00 
3.60 



18.00 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



185 



Statement D — Continued. 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES, 



TAX — continued. 



Februaiy, 1918. 

Farmers United Telephone Co., Summer field ._. 

Sharon Telephone Co.. Charlotte.. 

Madison County Telephone Co. 

North Buncombe Telephone Co 

Black Mountain Telephone Co 

Frankhn Telephone and Electric Co 

Independence Telephone Co 

Totals 

Maich, 1918. 

Roseboro and Fayetteville Telephone Co 

Rural Telephone Co., Rural Hall 

Totals 

April, 1918. 

Siloam Telephone Co 

S.-J. Telephone Co., Sanford 

Totals 

May, 1918. 

Hyde County Telephone Co 

Dare County Telephone Co 

Totals 

June. 1918. 
Candler Mutual Telephone Co 

July. 1918. 
Consolidated Telephone Co 

Washington and Hyde County Telephone Co _ 

Totals.... 

August, 1918. 
Severn Telephone Co 

September, 1918. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Ashevillf Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Boniee Telephone Co 

Huntersville Telephone Co.. 

Archer Telephone Co 

Polk County Telephone Co 

Ether Rural Telephone Co 

Tyro Telephone Co 

6baron Telephone Co.. 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co, 

Mocksville Telephone Co 

Thomasville Telephone Co 

Rich Fork Telephone Co 




$ 33.03 S 5.58 1 t 38.61 


$ 2.37 ! S 0.40 t 2.77 
3.55 1 .60 4.15 


% 5.92 S 1.00 ! $ 6.92 


! 

S 1.65 $ 0.28 t 1.93 

18.93 3.20 1 22.13 


% 20.58 $ 3.48 


S 24.06 


$ 5.91 1 $ l.OD 
2.81 .47 


S 6.91 
3.28 


% 8.72 $ 1.47 


$ 10.19 


$ 3.54 ; 0.60 


» 4.14 


S 11.83 1 $ 2.00 1 $ 13.83 
23.67 4.00 27.67 


S 35.50 ' $ 6.00 $ 41.50 


t 4.26 i 0.72 $ 4.98 



S 


3,266.93 


i 552.15 


S 3,819.08 




498.59 


84.27 


682.86 




9.47 


1.60 


11.07 




3.46 


.69 


4.15 




1.77 


,30 


2.07 




3.79 


.64 


4.43 




2.37 


.40 


2.77 




1.18 


.20 


1.38 




1.18 


.20 


1.38 




153.83 


26.00 


170.83 




2.96 


.50 


3.46 




17.75 


3.00 


20.75 




.95 


.16 


1.11 



186 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES, PROPEHTT TAX — continued. 



Seplember, 1918. 

Midway Telephone Co., Winston-Salem 

Davidson Telephone Co., Welcome 

Amity Telephone Co., StatesviUe 

Paw Creek Telephone Co.. 

Andrews Telephone Co 

Cli£fside Telephone Co _ 

Cardenas Telephone Co., Walthall- 

Merchants Telephone and Telegraph Co., Middlesex, 

Horton Telephone Co., North Wilkesboro— 

Steel Creek Telephone Co., Pineville 

Farmers Mutual Telephone Co., Summerfield 

Granite Telephone Co., Granite Falls 

Colcriflae Telephone Co 

Cherry Mountain Rural Telephone Co., Bostic 

Pleasant Hill Telephone Co., Unionville 

Tyrrell County Telephone Co., Columbia 

Yeopin Telephone Co.. Edenton 

Laurel Telephone Co., Big Laurel.... 

Sprine Creek Telephone Co., Bluff , 

Hick.=i Telephone Co.. Lasker 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co., Woodland.. , 

Mount Gilead Telephone and Electric Co 

United Telephone Co., Murfreesboro 

Nash Telephone Co., Battleboro 

Pittsboro Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southeast Guilford Telephone Co 

Liberty Telephone Co 

Riverside Telephone Co 

Franklin Telephone and Electric Co 

Chapel Hill Telephone Co 

Onslow Telephone Co.. Jacksonville 

Hallsville Telephone Co. Magnolia 

Falling Creek Telephone Co.. Goldsboro 

Eastern Telephone Co., Rohersonville 

Candler Mutual Telephone Co 

Bethlehem Telephone Co., Walnut Cove 

Hickory Electric Co 

Piney Woods Telephone Co., Richfield 

Lowerstone Telephone Co.. Rockwell 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co.. Henderson 

Cullowhee Telephone and Power Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., New York 

Farmers and Merchants Telephone Co 

Julian Telephone Co., Concord 

Rural Telephone Co., Stem 

Forest City-Rutherfordton Telephone Co 

Lee Telephone Co.. Thomasville 

Snow Camp Telephone Co 

Denton Telephone Co. - 

Waynesville Telephone Co 

Marion Telephone Co 

Monroe Telephone Co 

Selma Telephone Co 

Shoals Telephone Co.. 



4.26 


.72 


3.55 


.60 


8.64 


1.46 


2.84 


.48 


14.20 


2.40 


1.53 


.26 


.47 


.OS 


2.37 


.40 


4.73 


.80 


1.18 


.20 


1.42 


.24 


7.09 


1.20 


1.18 


.20 


1.18 


.20 


1.18 


.20 


4.73 


.80 


11.83 


2.00 


4.73 


.80 


8.28 


1.40 


2.37 


.40 


.67 


.08 


7.09 


1.20 


4.73 


.80 


3.90 


.66 


5.91 


1.00 


11.83 


2.00 


14.20 


2.40 


1.18 


.20 


1.18 


.20 



946. 67 
1.18 

440.37 
.71 
1.42 
1.18 
2.37 
.47 
3.55 
1.89 
1.18 
7.10 
35.50 
1.18 
1.18 



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Document No. 5 



187 



Statement D — Continued. 



TELEPHONE COHPANIE8, PROPERTY TAX — Continued. 




September, 1918. 

Sharon Cooperative Telephone Co 

Surry and Carroll Telephone Co.. Mount Airy.. 

Seattle Telephone Co.. .\ltamahaw 

Seagrove Telephone Co 

Sedge Garden Telephone Co 

Cane Creek Telephone Co., Snow Camp 

Walkertown Telephone Co 

Currituck Telephone Co 

Interstate Telegraph and Telephone Co 

East Bend Telephone Co.. 

! Co., Salemburg 

ne Co., Democrat 



Sampson Telephoi 
Buncombe Teleph 
Madison Telephon 
Albemarle Teleph( 
Wingate Telephon 
Saluda Telephone 
International Teleph 
Rock Uidge Telephoi 
Warfax Telephone Ci 
Chowan Teleijhone C 



Co.. 



Co.. 



Co.. 



ne Co.. Spray.. 
! Co., Wilson... 

, Littleton 

)., Edenton 



Chowan and Roanoke Telephone Co.. 

Pfafftown Telephone Co 

Forest City Telephone Co 

Gaston County Rural Telephone Co.. 

Ellenboro Telephone Co 

Caroleen and Henrietta Telephone Cc 

Yanceyville Telephone Co 

Orange Telephone Co , 



Totals I 5,887.73 



October, 1918. 

Deep River Telephone Co 

Knotts Island Telephone Co 

Southern Yadkin Telephone Co 

Farmers Rural Telephone Co 

Belvidere Hertford Telephone Co 

Cherryfield-Rosman Telephone Co 

Boiling .Springs Telephone Co 

Farmers Mutual Telephone Co 

Shore Telephone Co.. 

Cooperative Telephone Co 

Otter Creek Telephone Co 

Concord Telephone Co.- 

Piedmont Teicfjhone and Telegraph Co.. 

Pittsylvania-Caswell Telephone Co 

Lexington Telephone Co 

Independent Telephone Co 

Bertie Telephone Co 

Northern Granville Telephone Co 

Donnaha-East Bend Telephone Co 

Inter-County Telephone Co 

Raleigh Telephone Co... 

Black Mountain Telephone Co 



0.71 
1.42 
.71 
2.84 
2.13 
3.S5 



5.91 
1.42 
.35 

24.85 
5.91 
1.42 

11.83 
2.84 
1.77 
3.55 
7.10 
4.73 
3.55 
2.37 
1.18 
4.73 



0.47 
1.18 



2.48 
1.18 



23.67 
295.83 



9.47 
23.67 



1.40 
30.00 



4.20 
1.00 



4.00 
50.00 



1.60 
4.00 



188 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



TELEPHONE COUPANIES, PROPERTY TAX — continued. 



October, 1918. 

Hamby's Creek Telephone Co 

Clayton Telegraph Co 

Fairmont-Silver Hill Telephone Co.. 

Providence Telephone Co 

Browns Summitt Telephone Co 

Pender Telephone Co 

Gibsonville Telephone Co 

Sedgefield Telephone Co 



Totals.. 



November, 1918. 
North State Telephone Co.. 

Harmony Telephone Co 

Pinnacle Telephone Co 



Totals.. 



Grand totals $ 7,646.40 



General Pensions Total 



1.18 
5.91 
6.53 



0.12 
1.49 



1. 00 
l.IO 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES PROPERTY TAX. PENALTIES. 

Received on above account as follows: 



June, 1918. 
Candler Mutual Telephone Co 



July, 1918. 
Consolidated Telephone Co 

Washington and Hyde County Telepho 

August, 1918, 
Severn Telephone Co 



1.38 
2.77 



TELEPHONE CGMPANIEB, TAX ON RECEIPTS. 



Received on above account as folio 
December, 1917. 

Caliin and Beulaville Telephone Co 

Lexlnrton Telephone Co 

Home Ti^lephone and Telegraph Co., Henderson.. 
Merchants Telephone Co , Middlesex-. - 



t 0.44 

13.43 
278.07 



January, 1918. 

Clio Telephone Co 

Cliifside Telephone Co 

Piedmont Telephone and Tele 
Norfolk an! Carolina Tolepho 

Riverside Telephone Co 

Lower Stone Telephone Co 



aph Co 

and Telegraph Co.. 



0..50 
2.98 
121.32 
58.55 
2.44 
1.67 



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189 



Statement D — Continued. 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES, TAX ON RECEIPTB— O-nh'/Jl/Cd, 

January, 1918. 

Fremont Telephone Co 

Morris Telephone Co 

.St. Paul Telephone Co. -. 

Leiington Telephone Co _ 

Sampson lelephone Co 

North State Telephone Co 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co — 

MooresviUe Telephone Co 

Huntersville Telophone Co 

Interstate Telephone Co 

Hyde County Telephone Co - --. 

Washington and Hyde County Telephone Co 

Clayton Telephone Co... 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Monroe Telephone Co 

Belvidere-Hertford Telephone Co 

Andrews Telephone Co 

Liberty Telephone Co 

International Telephone Co 

Thomasville Telephone Co 

Cane Creek Telephone Co 

Mount Gilead Telephone Co 

Cullowbee Telephone and Power Co 

Chapel Hill Telephone Co 

Pender Telephone Co 

Yeopin Telephone Co 

Coleridge Telephone Co 

Marion Telephone Co 

Browns Summitt Telephone Co 

Cardenas Telephone Co 

Cooperative Telephone Co.. Carthage 

United Telephone Co.. Murfreesboro , 

Rural Telephone Co.. Stem 

Otter Creek Telephone Co , 

Gibsonville Telephone Co , 

YanceyWlie Telephone Co 

Walkertown Telephone Co 

Denton Telephone Co 

February, 1918. 

Wallace Telephone Co 

Mocksville Telephone Co 

Polk County Telephone Co 

East Bend Telephone Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Onslow Telephone Co 

Black Mountain Telephone Corporation 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

March, 1918. 

Intcr-Countv Telephone Co 

Horton Telephone Co _ 

Chowan Telephone Co 



7.97 
7.91 
2.85 

13.58 

2.03 

113.32 

10.12 
7.83 

11.99 

83.67 
1.68 
5.35 
7.44 
113.52 

65.85 
1.15 
2.30 
2.50 

12.01 

37.15 



5.26 
2.93 



2.78 
4.61 




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[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES. T\X ON RECEIPTS— con(i;iUCef. 

April. 1918. 

Davidson Telephone Co 


S 0.58 

125.78 

3.16 

8.69 

1.83 

.45 

1.81 

9.57 

6.25 

1.06 

3.00 

8.19 

.79 

1.97 

.23 

6.54 

90.15 

8.30 

2.64 

60.28 

76.06 

18.92 

5.15 

1.33 

.14 

.38 




Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 




Riverside Telephone Co.. 




Fremont Telephone Co _ 




St. Pauls Telephone Co...__ 




Walkertown Telephone Co.- 








Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co. 




Morris Telephone Co _. 




Midway Telephone Co 




Liberty Telephone Co 




Mooresville Telephone Co.- 




Cane Creek Telephone Co 








Otter Creek Telephone Co 




Clayton Telephone Co.- -. 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 




Canton Electric and Telephone Co 




Black Mountain Telephone Co 




Norfolk and Carohna Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 




Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Co 








The Chapel Hill Telephone Co 




Dennis Telephone Co.-. 




East Bend Telephone Co... . 




Cooperative Telephone Co 


S 442.25 


May. 1918. 
Cliffside Telephone Co 


t 2.81 

5.42 

2.94 

14.66 

3.55 

• 6,709.58 

173.76 

.23 


Polk County Telephone Co 




Denton Telephone Co 








Mount Gilead Telephone and Electric Light Co 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 




AsheviUe Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




Muddy Creek Telephone Co 






6,912.95 


June, 1918. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 


t 271.58 




271.58 


July, 1918. 
The Cardenas Telephone Co... 


% 1.95 

.05 

2.89 

132.68 

3.90 

4.27 

11.59 

.31 

89. 57 

7.56 

1.74 

6.84 

81.99 

3.25 

.38 










Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 




Fremont Telephone Co 




Hyde County Telephone Co.... 




Washington and Hyde County Telephone Co 




Walkertown Telephone Co 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 




Canton Electric and Telephone Co 




Lowerstone Telephone Co... 




Morris Telephone Co 




Interstate Telephone Co.. 




Liberty Telephone Co... 




Otter Creek Telephone Co 





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191 



Statement D — Continued. 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES. TAX ON RECEIPTS— COTttinUcd, 

July. 1918. 

Clayton Telephone Co — - 

Dennis Telephone Co 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co 

International Telephone Co 

MooresviUe Telephone Co 

Black Mountain Telephone Corporation _ 

Cooperative Telephone Co 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Marion Telephone Co 

East Bend Telephone Co.. 

Cane Creek Telephone Co 

August, 1918. 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co.... 

Cliffside Telephone Co 

Chapel Hill Telephone Co 

Denton Telephone Co.. 

Lesinelon Telephone Co.... 

Snow Camp Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Polk County Telephone Co 

September, 1918. 
Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

October, 1918. 

Otter Creek Telephone Co 

MooresviUe Telephone Co... 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Lowerstone Telephone Co... 

Liberty Telephone Co 

Riverside Telephone Co 

Morris Telephone Co 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co 

Walkertown Telephone Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Norfolk-Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Interstate Telephone Co 

Cardenas Telephone Co 

Cane Creek Telephone Co 

Clayton Telephone Co 

Black Mountain Telephone Corporation _ 

Canton Electric and Telephone Co 

Polk County Telephone Co 

Raleiirh Telephone Co 

International Telephone Co., Leaksville 

Snow Camp Telephone Co.. 

November, 1918. 

The Chapel Hill Telephone Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Coopcrnlive Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Total 



6.90 
1.33 
6.93 

13.70 
6.49 
3.26 
.38 

61.86 
9.87 



295.03 
2.72 
4.76 
1.77 
18.77 
2.00 
1,784.31 
is:-. 44 
5.68 



0.41 
9.68 
128.60 
2.02 
3.00 
2.10 
7.13 
5.48 
.43 
100.95 
62.44 
90.74 
2.61 
.84 
7.46 
3.25 
7.56 
4.02 
47.50 
18.21 
2.03 



4.45 
275.63 



i, 853. 57 
192.83 



192 Document No. 5 

Statement D — Continued. 

TRADE-MABK REGISTRATION FEES. 

Received on above account as foUowa; 
December, 1917. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

February, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State __ 

March, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State 

May, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

June, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State 

July, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State ___ 

October. 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

Total 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION FUND. 

Received on above account as follows: 
February, 1918. 
Federal Government appropriation 

April, 1918. 
Federal Government appropriation — - 

August, 1918. 
Federal Government appropriation 

Total - - 



[Session 





3.10 




3.00 




2.00 




1.10 




3.10 




3.10 



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193 



STATEJIEJfT E— GENERAL FUND. 



Showing Det 



DlBBrRBEMENTS OF THE PUBLIC FUNDS FOR THE TwELVE MoNTHS EnDINQ 

November 30, 1918. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL. 

Paid on above account as follows; 
December, 1917. 
L. W.Young, Adjutant General, salary December. 

January, 1918. 

L. \V. Young, Adjutant General, salary January- 



February, 1918. 

L. W. Young, Adjutant General, salary February. 



March, 1918. 

L. W. Young, Adjutant General, salary March. 



April, 1918. 
L. W, Young, Adjutant General, salary .\pri].. 



May, 1918. 

L. W. Young. Adjutant General, salary May.. 



June, 1918. 
L. W. Young, Adjutant General, salary June- 



July, 1918. 

L. W. Young, ,\djutant General, salary July.. 



August, 1918. 
L. W. Young, .\djutant General, salar,\- .\uguet.. 



September, 1918. 

B. S. Royster, Adjutant General, salary September.. 



October, 1918. 

li. S. Royster, .Adjutant General, salary October.. 



November, 1918. 
B. S. Royster, Adjutant General, salary Xovember.. 



AGRICVLTCRAL DEPARTMENT. 

Paid on above account as follows 
December, 1917. 

a. R, Lacy, Treasurer, ez oj^io. tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

January, 1918. 
li. U. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio tonnage tax 

February, 1918. 
B, R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex offiicio, tonnage tax 



t i 250.00 



t 20,823.27 i 
13,521.17 



13 — Part I — 1U18 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



AQRICTJLTUBAL DEPARTMENT — continued. 

March, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tai - 



April. 1918. 

B, R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax- 



May, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax. 



June, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax. 



July, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer. 



August, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax.. 



September, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, 



October. 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax- 



November, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax. 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 

Paid on above account as follows: 

December, 1917. 
Gaston County Fair Association, appropriation, 1917 — 
Jackson County Fair Association, appropriation, 1917... 
Catawba County Fair Association, appropriation. 1917, 

S. M. Jones. Lee County Agricultural Society 

Coleman C. Cowan. Jackson County, appropriation 

Granville County Fair .\ssociation. appropriation 



February, 1918, 

Forsyth County Fair Association, appropriation. 1917 

Central Carolina Fair Association, appropriation 1917 

R. M. Jackson, appropriation. Cape Fear Fair Association., 



April. 1918. 

Person County Fair Association, appropriation 

Eastern Carolina Fair Association, appropriation.. 



October, 1918. 
C. P. Robertson, secretary, appropriatic 
Fair Association 



S 61,180.3S 
36,757.88 
15,028.98 
11.908.24 
17,873.94 
17,069.95 
19,959.91 
4.8S2.60 
35.848.59 



January, 1918. 

Richmond County Fair Association, appropriation J 100.00 

Fair of the CaroUnas, appropriation, 1917 100.00 

Robt. T. Wilson, appropriation, Caswell County Fair .\ssociation 100.00 



100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 



IBIS. Rockingham County 



100.00 
100.00 
100.00 



100.00 
100.00 



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DOCI'MENT No. 5 



195 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPALACHIAN TRAINING SCHOOL. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
March. 1918. 


S 5,000.00 






$ 5.000.00 


June. 1918. 


$ 1,000.00 




1,000.00 
4.000.00 
10,000.00 


July. 1918. 
Appalachian Training School, appropriation for support 


$ 4,000.00 


October, 1918. 

B. B. Dougherty, Superintendent, balance appropriation for support.. 


$ 10,000.00 




$ 120.00 

240.00 
120.00 
120.00 

360.00 
120.00 

480.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 

600.00 
120.00 

840.00 

1.320.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120,00 

240.00 

480.00 
120.00 
240.00 

360.00 
120.00 
120.00 


Total - 


{ 20.000.00 






Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 




Clerk Superior Court, Anson County, for F. M. Edwards and R. Wil- 
liams - 












Clerk Superior Court. Brunswick County, for I. Milliken A. K. Mc- 
Keithan, and J. R. Ward 








Clerk Superior Court, Cleveland County, for Wm. Bracket, Tyrrell 












Clerk Superior Court. Durham County, for U. M. Wahab.. 

Clerk Superior Court. Forsyth County, for J. A. Bennett - 

Clerk Superior Court, Guilford County, for T. 0. Coleman. J. W. Hunt. 








Clerk^Superior Court. Johnston County, for A. Creech, J. B. Jernigan, 
T. A. Johnson, W. D. Phillips, W. H. Longley, J. J. Tiner, and Wm. 
Worley 




Clerk Superior Court. Madison County, for W. M. Ballard. A. Buckner, 
J. B. Calahan. Job Freeman, Wm. J. Gudger, H. E. HolliSeld, A. W. 
Ingle, Jno. Porchea. John Rector, Sr., E. L. Sprouse. J. Waldrup 

Clerk Superior Court, Mecklenburg County, for Wm, H. Martin 

Clerk Superior Court. Montgomery County, for John M. Fox 

Clerk Superior Court, New Hanover County, for J. J. Shepard 




Clerk Superior Court, Randolph County, for Henry Garner and Alfred 
MofBtt 




Clerk Superior Court, Robeson County, for Zack Clewis, D. R. Conner, 
Phillip Walters, and J. W. Wilkins 








Clerk Superior Court. Rowan County, for R. L. Brown and S. C. Ketchie 
Clerk Superior Court. Rutherford County, for J. B. Moore. Crayton 

Padgett, and John White 

Clerk Superior Court. Sampson County, for W. H. McLamb 

Clerk Superior Court, Stanly County, for H. W. Burgess 





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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



I SOLDIERS— coriii«uerf. 



Durha 



M. Jarvis, 



APPROPRIATION FOR D 

Dec«mber, 1917. 
Clerk Superior Court, Surry County, fi 

J. K. Lowe, and John White-.. 

Clerk Superior Court, Wake County, for J. R. Rand, A. C. Ray, and 

J. C. Syme... 

Clerk Superior Court, Watauga County, for J. J. Henson 

Clerk Superior Court, Yadkin County, for J. A. Hampton... 

Clerk Superior Court. Yancey County, for G. M. Autry 

Clerk Superior Court. Surry County, for A. C. Brooks, J. H. Hayes, 

and Levi Payne. 

Clerk Superior Court, Burke County, for D. K. Ramsey and W. M. Knox. 
Clerk Superior Court, Anson County, for T. H. Lewis and G. W. Gul- 

ledge. 



Clerk Superior Court, McDowell County, forS. H. Curtis 

Clerk Superior Court, Buncombe County, for J. W. Crenshaw, J. 

Duncan, and T. L. Willis 

Clerk Superior Court. Wilson County, for J. T. Moore, and J. T. Tyndell 

Clerk Superior Court, Wake County, for Benj. Lynch.. 

Clerk Superior Court, L^nion County, for J. A. Morris 

Clerk Superior Court. Bertie County, for J. W. Phelps and G. W. Cobb... 

Clerk Superior Court. Cumberland County, for D. J. Culbreth 

Clerk Superior Court, Moore County, for M. S. Phillips 

Clerk Superior Court, Lincoln County, for J. S. Lawing and Geo. W 

Guess _- _ 



Clerk Superior Court, 
Clerk Superior Court 

Aderholt 

Clerk Superior Court. 
Clerk Superior Court, 
Clerk Superior Court, 
Clerk Superior Court, 
Clerk Superior Court. 

Emory 

Clerk Superior Court. 

Bodenheimer 

Clerk Superior Court, 
Clerk Superior Court, 
Clerk Superior Court 
Clerk Superior Court. 
Clerk Superior Court, 

Tew 



Rowan County, for S. J. Shinn 

Gaston County, for H. A. Torrence and W. M. 



Forsyth County, for H.W.Whitt 

Lenoir County, for Benj. Rouse 

Pamlico County, for Noah Ireland 

Sampson County, for J. T. Gregory 

Cleveland County, for J. H. Crawford and Wm. 



Davidson County, for David Dorsett and P. N. 



Bertie County, for J, R. Matthews 

Micthell County, for Wm. Slagle 

Ashe County, for J. C. Gentry 

Iredell County, for T. A. Bailey and M. P. Beard 
Cumberland County, for Stephen Ward and T. R. 



Clerk Superior Court, Hertford County, for W. T. Taylor _ 

Clerk Superior Court. Macon County, for Joseph Morgan 

Clerk Superior Court, Duplin County, for Thos. Govoy 

Clerk Superior Court, Jackson County, for Leander Green, Levi Mc- 
Mahon. D. K. Moore, and W. C. Parris... 



480.00 

360.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 

360.00 
240.00 

240.00 
120.00 

360.00 
240.00 
120.00 
120.00 
240.00 
120.00 
120.00 

240.00 
120.00 

240.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 

240.00 

240.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
240.00 

240.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 

480.00 



January, 1918, 

Clerk Superior Court. Yadkin County, for A. M. Overby.. t 120.00 

Clerk Superior Court, Wayne County, for Matthew Jinnett 120.00 j 

Clerk Superior Court, Cherokee County, for Thomas Palmer and Alfred i 

Tipton 240.00 

Clerk Superior Court. Madison County, for R. W. Taber 120.00 

Clerk Superior Court. Hyde County, for Jesse Jennettc 120.00 

Clerk Superior Court. Swain County, for Joseph DeHart and J. S. 

HerrcU 240.00 

Clerk Superior Court, Transylvania County, for D. P. Bishop, Cyrus 

Chapman, H, W. Miller, and H. Clay Raines 480.00 



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197 



Statement E — Continual. 



APPROFBHTION FOB DISABLED BOhDIERB—conlinued. 

January. 1918. 
Clerk Superior Court, Transylvania County, for D. A. Anders and 
F. L. D. Thomas 


$ 240.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 




Clerk Superior Court. Gaston County, for L. L. Clemmer. 




Clerk Superior Court, Harnett County, tor John Giles 




Clerk Superior Court, Edgecombe County, for John Hardy 




Clerk Superior Court. New Hanover County, for \V. P. Lee. 


$ 2.160.00 
240.00 


February, 1918. 

Clerk Superior Court. .Stokes County, for John Branson 

Clerk Superior Court. Dare County, for W. Beasley ".__ 


S 120.00 
120.00 


March. 1918. 
Clerk Superior Court. Franklin County, for Jas Patterson 


1 
$ 120.00 
120.00 


Clerk Superior Court, Caswell County, for A. G. Stanley 






240.00 


Clerk Superior Court. Catawba County, for Henry Harrison 


$ 120.00 
120.00 


Clerk Superior Court, Davidson County, for Alex. Hege 






240.00 


May, 1918. 
Clerk Superior Court, Columbus County, for Sam Summerset 


$ 120.00 






June. 1918. 

Clerk Superior Court, Craven County, for M. E. Whitehurst 


$ 120.00 








July. 1918. 
Clerk Superior Court. Alamance County, for Henry Workman 


$ 240.00 








November, 1918. 
Clerk Superior Court. New Hanover County, for VV P Lee 


$ 120.00 
120.00 




Clerk Superior Court, Warren County, for B. P. Robertson 










t 75.00 




Total 


$ 17.400.00 




APPROPRIATION FOB PUBLIC HIGH SCnOOLS. 

Paid county treasurers as follows: 
December. 1917. 
Pearl IliMebrand. clerical services- 






$ 75.00 


February, 1918. 

J. M. Little. .VIeiander County. Stony Point. JoOO; Taylorsville. $500 

S. H. Gaddy. Anson County, LUesville, J.300; Morven. J450: Polkton 
J300 


$ 1.000.00 

1,050.00 

1.025.00 
800.00 
450.00 

1,800.00 
500.00 
900.00 

1.400.00 

1,000.00 

600.00 


C. P. Seagraves. Ashe County, Grassy Creek, 1300; Helton, $300; W." 
Jefferson, $125 




J. C. Bell. Bertie County. Aulander. $150; Lewiaton. $350 

Citizens Bank. Brunswick County. Southport 1 




J. Ed. Brookshire, Buncombe County. Barnardsville, $500; Candler. 
$400; Fairview. $100; W. Buncombe. $500 




A. W. Trciler. Glen Alpine High School 




W. A. Reinhardt, Catawba County, Hickory, WOO; Startown, $500 

Rush Stroup, Cleveland County, Fallston, $300; Grover $300- Shelbv 
$500; Waco, $.300... 




W. H. Hickman. Columbus County. Chadbourn, $.500; Whitcville. $500... 
J. S.HoIton. Davie County. Cooleemce. $300; Farmington. $300 





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[Session 



Statesmen! E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS— continued . 

February, 1918. 
Simeon Bowling. Durham County, E, Durham, S.500; Lowe's Grove, 

S300; Parrish Agricultural ?300 S 1,100.00 

Merchants National Bank, Forsyth County, Bethania, S375: Kerners- 

ville, S450; Lewisville, $350; Walkertown. $450 1.625.00 

First National Bank, Franklin County. Bunn, $400; Justice, 5400. 800.00 

CarlFinger, Gaston County, Belmont. $500; Cherr>-\'ille, $600; Dallas, 

$500; Mount Holly. $400 2,000.00 

J. A. Amnions, Graham County, Robbinsville. 300.00 

B. S. Royster, GranvUle County. Creedmoor, $500; Knap of Reeds, $300; 

Stem, $300; Stovall, $.300 1,400.00 

Mrs. Frank K. Haynes, services, inspector high schools 25.00 

March, 1918. 

Elizabeth Bain, services $ 25.00 

W. P. Smith, Alamance County, Friendship, $300; Hawfields, $200; 

Stony Creek. $.300; Sylvan, $300 1,100.00 

A. F. Reeves, -Mleghany County. Pincy Creek, $300; Sparta, $300; Tur- 
key Knob, $300 900.00 

G. W. Cover, Andrews High School, appropriation, Andrews High School 500.00 

V. W. Greene, Avery County. Elk Park, $375; Newland, $250.. 625.00 

E. R. Mixon, Beaufort County, Aurora. $500; Pantego, $500; Wash- 
ington, $300 1,300.00 

E. L. Steele, Caldwell County, Granite Falls, $325; Oak Hill, $450 775.00 

Citizens Bank of Elizabeth City, Camden County, Old Trap, $300; 
South Mills, $500 800.00 

C. D. Jones, Carteret County, Atlantic, $400; Straits, $300; Beaufort, 

$300 1,000.00 

W. S. Roberson. Chapel Hill High School, appropriation, Chapel Hill 600.00 

Ed. Kitchens, ClayCounty, Elf, $300; Haysville, $450 750.00 

J. \V. Sanderlin, Currituck County. Moyock, $250; Poplar Branch, $500. 750. 00 
Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Edgecombe County, Battleboro, $350; 

Macclesfield. $300; Tarboro, $500 1,150.00 

Commercial and Savings Bank. Davidson County, Churchland, $500; 

Denton, $300 800.00 

Bank of Gates, Gates County, Gatesville, $400; Reynoldson, $300; 

Sunbury. $300 1,000.00 

First National Bank of Snow Hill, Greene County, Hookerton, $300; 

Snow Hill, $300 — 600.00 

G. H. McKinney, Guilford County, Jamestown, $600; Monticello. $400; 

Pleasant Garden, $600; Summerfield, $350 1,950.00 

J. E. Bowers. Halifax County, Aurelian Springs, $300; Enfield, $500.... 800.00 

A. M. Shaw. Harnett County. Angier, $375; Lillington, $500 875.00 

C. B. Atkinson. Haywood County, Clyde, $450; Rock Hill, $450 900.00 

W. F. Brown. Henderson County, Hendersonville, $500; Mills River, $300. 800.00 

Bank of Winton, Hertford County, Ahoskie. $450; Winton, $300.. 750.00 

W. J. McCraney, Hoke County, Antioch, $300; Raeford, $500 800.00 

Jeff Credlc, Hyde County, Lake Landing, $300; Sladesville. $300; Swan 

Quarter, $S00. 900.00 

R. F. Rives. Iredell County, Harmony, $450; Scotts, $300; Troutman, 

$300 1,050.00 

J. W. Keener, Jackson County. Sylva, $400; Webster, $450 850.00 

First National Bank, Johnston County, Benson, $500; Kenly, $500; 

Wilsons Mills, $350.... 1,350.00 

The Bank of Sanford, Lee County, Jonesboro, $500; Sanford, $400 900.00 

John H. Dawson, Lenoir County, LaGrange, $500; Pink Hill, $300 800.00 

County National Bank, Lincoln County, Crouse, $450; Denver, $400... 850.00 
Alex. Moore, Macon County, Higdonville, $450; Highlands, $300; lotla, 

$500 1,250.00 



$ [17,775. 00 



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199 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC HIGH 8CHOOLB — Continued. 

March. 1918. 
Citizens Bank, Madison County. Madison Seminary. $300; Spring 
Creek. $300 

JI. G. Potcat. McDowell County. Marion. $550; Nebo. $500; Old Fort. 



$350-. 



J. W. Stinson, Mecklenburg County. Huntersville. $550; Matthews. 

$500; Paw Creek. $300; Pineville. $500.. _ 

Merchants and Farmers Bank, Mitchell County. Spruce Pine 

G. W. Stewart. Montgomery County, Biscoe. $500; Mount Gilead. $400; 

Troy, $300 

Bank of Pinehurst, Moore County. Aberdeen. $350; Carthage. $360; 

Jackson Springs. $300; Sand Hill. $350 

J. N. Taylor. Nash County. Mount Pleasant. $300; Nashi-ille. $300; 

Red Oak. $500 

J. A. Orrell. New Hanover County. Wilmington 

Farmers Bank, Northampton County, Jackson. $300; Rich Square, 

$500; Seaboard. $350; Severn. $300 

Bank of Onslow, Onslow County. Jacksonville. $400; Richlands, $400... 

J. L. Brown, Orange County. Hillsboro 

Savings Bank and Trust Co., Pasquotank County. Newland 

R. T. Murray, Pender County. Atkinson. $500; Burgaw, $500.. 

W. B Wilson, Pitt County, Bethel, $500; Farmville, $500; Grifton. $500. 

A. H. Kunkle, Polk County. Stearncs 

C. Bowman, Randolph County, Farmers, $400; Liberty, $400; Trinity, 

$500-... 

Bank of Pee Dee. Richmond County. Ellerbe, $300; HoEFman, $300; 

Roberdel. $400 

T. L. Gardner, Rockingham County, Bethany, $300; Madison, $300; 

Ruffin, $450; .Stoncville, $300 

J. C. Kesler. Rowan County, China Grove. $500; Mount Ulla. $300; 

Woodleal. $300.-. 

A. R. Yclverton, Rutherford County, Forest City, $450; Rutherford- 
ton, $500... 

Bank of Clinton, Sampson County. Clinton. $550; Newton Grove, $250; 

Salemburg. $450 

W. D. McLaurin. Scotland County. Gibson, $400; Laurinburg. $550; 

Spring Hill, $300 

R. N. Furr, Stanly County. New London. $350; Norwood. $450 

J. S. Patterson. Surry County. Dobson, $300; Pilot Mountain. $450; 

White Plains, $350.. 

W. B. Carringer. Swain County. Almond, $350; Bryson City. $500 

S. M. Lance. Transylvania County. Penrose. $300; Rosman. $300 

Farniers and Merchants Bank, Union County, Marshville, $400; Union- 

ville, $400; Waxhaw. $400; Wesley Chapel. $350 

First National Bank. Vance County, Bona Vista, $300; Middlcburg, 

$400; Townsville. $300 

L. D, Stephenson. Wake County. Bay Leaf. $300; Gary, $600; Holly 

Springs, $450; Wa^clon, $C00 

Bank of Warren, Warren County, Macon, $300; Norlina. $300, Warren- 
ton, $:i00; Wise, $325 

C. D. Taylor, Wayne County, Falling Creek, $400; Pikeville, $450; 

Seven Springs, $400 

C. H. Ferguson, Wilkes County, Ronda, $300; Wilkesboro, $500 

Branch Banking and Trust Co., Wilson County, Lucama. $400; Rock 

Ridge, HOO 

W. H. Ucnogar, Yadkin County. Boonville. $500; Courtney, $250 

J. W. Bennett. Yancey County, Bald Creek 

L. T. Lane, Chatham County, Bonlec, $500; Merry Oaks, $300; Pitts- 

boro, HOO; Siler City, $300 



600.00 

1.400.00 

1,850.00 
400.00 

1,400.00 

1,350.00 

1,100.00 
600.00 

1,450.00 
800.00 
550.00 
300.00 
1.000.00 
1.500.00 
500.00 

1,300.00 

1.000.00 

1,350.00 

1,100.00 

950.00 

1.250.00 

1.250.00 
800.00 

1.100.00 
850.00 
600.00 

1.550.00 

1.000.00 

1.950.00 

1,225.00 

1,250.00 
800.00 

800.00 
750.00 
500.00 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS— COn/inued. 

Maich, 1918. 

B. B. Hurst, Craven County, Dover, $400; Vanceboro, $-100 , $ 

C. D, Carstarphen, Martin County, Robersonville. S350: Williamston, 



$500., 



W. L. West, treasurer, Murphy High School, appropriation 

J. A. Fogg, Stokes County, King, $300; Walnut Cove, $4S0; Pinnacle, 



$250. 



.\. L. Holmes, Washington County, Creswell, $400; Roper, $400 

National Bank of Lumberton, Robeson County, Lumber Bridge, $400; 

Orrum, $300; PhUadelphus, $400; Rowland, $600 1.... 

J. H. Dorton, Cabarrus County, Rocky River, $350; Winecoff, $450... 
R. \. Ewell. Pamlico County, Alliance, $300; Oriental, $400 



April, 1918. 

Louise Coffey, 

A. C. Hassell, Dare County, Manteo.. 

G. Best, Duplin County -- 



May, 1918. 

Louise Coffey, services 

E. A. Allison, Caswell County, Milton, $300; Yanceyville, $250 

Bank of Roiboro, Person County, Bethel Hill. $300; Bushy Fork, $300 

D. Caster, Cumberland County, Eastover, $300; Godwin, $250; Sted- 

man, $300 - .- 



June, 1918. 

Louise Coffey, services. State Inspector 

Bank of Bladenboro, Bladen County, Abbottsburg, $250; Bladenboro, 
$350; White Oak, $250 

A. L. Walker, Tyrrell County, Columbia, $300; Scuppernong, $200 



July. 1918. 
Louise Coffey, services 

Louise Coffey, services 

Bank of Jones, Jones County, PoUocksville. $250; Trenton, $300.. 

September, 1918. 
Louise Coffey, services 



October, 1918. 

Louise Coffey, services- 
Louise Coffey, services.. 



APPROPRIATION FOB PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Paid county treasurers as follows: 
', 1918. 

'. Smith, Alamance County 

. Little, Alexander County 

. Reeves, Alleghany County 

. Gaddy. Anson County --- 

. Seagraves, -Vshe County 

'. Greene. Avery County. 

. Mixon, Beaufort County 

, Bell, Bertie County 

t of Bladen, Bladen County 



850.00 
500.00 

1,000.00 
800.00 

1,700.00 
800.00 
700,00 



25.00 

500.00 

1,600,00 



25.00 
550.00 
600.00 



850.00 
500.00 



25.00 
25.00 
550.00 



2S.0O 
25.00 



2,630.10 
1,213.! 

835.56 
2,570.50 
2,091.71 
1,059.91 
3,125.76 
2,492.06 
2,054.60 



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Document Xo. 5 



201 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPBOPBIATION FOR PUBLIC 8CHOOLB— COndnu 

January, 1918. 

Citizens Bank. Shallotte, Brunswick County 

J. E. Brookshire. Buncombe County 

W. B. Berry. Burke County . 

J. H. Dorton. Cabarrus County... 

E. L. Steele. CaldweU County 

Citizens Bank of Elizabeth City, Camden County 

C. D. Jones. Carteret County 

E. A. Allison. Caswell County 

W. A. Reinhardt. Catawba County _ 

L. T. Lane. Chatham County... 

E. A. Voyles. Cherokee County 

T. E. White. Chowan County 

Ed. Kitchens. Clay County 

R. Stroup. Cleveland County 

W. H. Hickman. Columbus County 

B. B. Hurst. Craven County 

D. Caster. Cumberland County 

J. W. Sanderlin. Currituck County 

A. C. Hasscll, Dare County 

Commercial and Savings Bank, Davidson County 

J. S. Holton, Davie County 

G. Best. Duplin County 

S. Bowling, Durham County 

Farmers Banking and Trust Co.. Edgecombe County.. 

Merchants National Bank. Forsyth County 

First National Bank. Franklin County 

C. Finger, Gaston County. 

Bank of Gates, Gates County 

J. A. Ammons, Graham County 

H. J. Robards. Granville County 

First National Bank of Snow Hill, Greene County 

G. H. McKinney, Guilford County 

J. E. Bowers. Halifax County 

A. M. Shaw, Harnett County 

C. B. .\tkinson, Haywood County. 

W, F. Brown, Henderson County 

Bank of Winton, Hertford County 

W. J. McCrarey. Hoke County 

Je£F Credle, Hyde County 

R. F. Rives Iredell County 

J. W. Keener. Jackson County 

First National Bank. Johnston County 

Bank of Jones, Jones County 

Bank of Sanford, Lee County 

J. H. Dawson. Lenoir County 

County National Bank. Lincoln County 

A. Moore, Macon County 

Citizens Bank, Madison County 

C. D. Carstarphen. Martin County 

M. G. Poteat, McDowell County 

J, W. Stinson, Mecklenburg County 

Merchants and Farmers Bank, Mitchell County 

G. W. Stuart, -Montgomery County 

Bank of Pinehurst, Moore County 

J. N. Taylor. Nash County 

J. A. Orrell, New Hanover County 

Farmers Bank, Northampton County 

Bank of Onslow, Onslow County 



1,421.74 
5,468.81 
1,924,71 
3,117.60 
2,171.55 
585.64 
1.309,85 
1,503.00 
3.230.34 
2,322.81 
1,755.46 
987.67 
465.03 
3.212.35 
2.818.75 
2,483.63 
3.545.78 
865.65 
463.63 
3,220,22 
1,213.42 
2,670.86 
4,319.50 
3,225.28 
5,572.84 
2,685.49 
4,370.10 
1,032.92 
439.73 
2.546.32 
1,416.97 
6.035.03 
3,679.33 
2.647.82 
2.330.40 
1,708.23 
1,592.12 
1.231.97 
852.15 
3.339.15 
1,492.87 
4,521.64 

967.43 I 
1,241.25 
2.048.70 
2,036.90 
1,369.45 
2,432.74 
1,970.82 
1,833.06 
7.203.75 
1,096,18 
1,476.85 
1,909.25 
3,755.52 
2.432.74 
2,494.03 
1,621,92 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statembint E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS — continued. 
January. 1918. 

J. L. Brown, Orange Counts' - 

R. V. EwcU. Pamlico County 

Savings Bank and Trust Co.. Pasquotank County 

R. T. Murray, Pender County. - , 

L. W. Norman. Perquimans County 

Bank of Roxboro, Person County 

W. B. Wilson. Pitt County , 

Amos N. Kunkle. Polk County 

Cephas Bowman. Randolph County 

Bank of Pee Dee, Richmond County 

National Bank of Lumberton Robeson County 

T. L. Gardner, Rockingham County 

J. C. Keslei. Rowan County - 

A. R. Yelton. Rutherford County- 

Bank of Clinton. Sampson County 

W. D. McLaurin. Scotland County 

R. N. Furr, Stanly County 

J. A. Fogg, Stokea County -- 

J. S. Patterson, Surry County 

W B. Carringer, Swain County 

S. M. Lance, Transylvania County .-- 

A. L. Walker, Tyrrell County 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Union County 

First National Bank of Henderson, Vance County 

L. D. Stepehnson, Wake County 

Bank of Warren, Warren County 

A. L. Holmes. Washington County _ 

W. F. Farthing, Watauga County _ - 

G. A. Norwood, Wayne County- -. 

C. H. Ferguson. Wilkes County 

Branch Banking and Trust Co., Wilson County 

W. H. Renegan, Yadkin County 

J. W. Bennett, Yancey County 



,612.36 
,075,10 
,604.77 
,585.93 
.158.03 
,884.23 
1.899.47 
851.60 
!,977.32 
!,409.70 
1,785.35 
1,727.70 
1,882.88 
1,191,55 
1,113.67 
1,715.82 
!,588.50 
2,173.53 
1,241.87 
1,100.40 
895. 17 
443.65 
!,490.40 
2.103.80 
6,617.00 
1,803.26 
1,582.56 
1,220.16 
3,676.52 
3,220.22 
3,478.31 
1,596.34 
1,529.70 



APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS, EQUAUZING FUND. 



Paid county treasurers as follows; 
March, 1918. 

W. P. Smith, Alamance County 

J. M. Little, Alexander County --. 

A. F. Reeves. Alleghany County-- - 

S. H. Gaddy, Anson County - 

C. F. Segraves, Ashe County—- 

V. W. Greene, Avery County. -. 

E. R. Mixon. Beaufort County - 

J. C. Bell. Bertie County — - 

Bank of Bladen. Bladen County 

Citizens Bank. Brunswick County- - 

J. Ed. Brookshire. Buncombe County. - 

W. B. Berry, Burke County— 

E. L. Steele, Caldwell County -- 

Citizens Bank of Elizabeth City, Camden County-. 

C. D. Jones, Carteret County _ - 

E. A. Allison Caswell County-. 

W. A.Reinhardt. Catawba County 

L. T. Lane. Chatham County— .< 

E. A. Voyles. Cherokee County .-- 

W. H. Ward, Chowan County 



4,752.28 
7.743.70 
4,878,45 
3,448.60 
11.457.90 
6,413.55 
5,424.50 
4,351.00 
5,512.12 
2,660.00 
8,140.36 
2,815.8 
4,153.80 
1,800.92 
2,644.80 
2,135.60 
8,447.30 
4,130.! 
2.530.80 
1,697.27 



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Document Xo. 5 



203 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPHOPRIATION FOB PUBLIC SCHOOLS, EQUALIZING T1TNl>— continued. 

March. 1918. 

Ed. Kitchens. Clay County --- $ 562.40 

R. Stroup. Cleveland County. - 6,117.24 

W. H. Hickman, Columbus County - ' 5,943.20 

B. B. Hurst. Craven County — _ ' 3.838.00 

D. Caster. Cumberland County .-. ! 4.995.10 

J. \V. Sanderlin. Currituck County _ -i 4.185.62 

A. C. Hassell. Dare County.. .- 3.520.60 

Commercial Savings Bank Davidson County 5.445.40 

J. S. Horton, Davie County ' 2,276.20 

G. Best. Duplin County 4.931.64 

S. Bowling. Durham County 6.177.05 

Farmers Bank and Trust Co.. Edgecombe County : 4.277.66 

Merchants National Bank. Forsyth County 8.241.44 

First National Bank. Franklin County. : 3.733.50 

C. Finger. Gaston County ' 7.356.80 

Bank of Eurc. Gates County... ..' 2.703.82 

J. A. Ammons. Graham County.. : 845.50 

B. S. Royster. GranWlle County ' 4,290.20 

First National Bank, Greene County....! .-..' 2,205.90 

G. H. Mclvinney, Guilford County.... 11,859.80 

J. E. Bowers. Halifax County 4.995.10 

A. M. Shaw, Harnett County ' 4,753.80 

C. B. Atkinson. Haywood County 2,933.60 

W. Frank Brown, Henderson County i 2,758,80 

Bank of Winton, Hertford County.... 2,661.90 

W. J. McCraney. Hoke County .! 1,503.66 

Jeff Credle. Hyde County ..; 4.382.40 j 

R. F. Rives. Iredell County '. 6.479,00 

J. W. Keener, Jackson County 3,210.70 1 

First National Bank, Johnston County 6,472.54 

Bank of Jones. Jones County ! 1.787.90 

Bank of Sanford. Lee County ] 2,287.60 

J H. Dawson. Lenoir County 4.411.80 

County National Bank. Lincoln County 3,504.36 

A. Moore. Macon County 2,093.80 

Citizens Bank, Madison County... ' 3,028.60 

C. D. Carstarphen, Martin County ' 3.062.80 

M. G. Potsa', McDowell County - 3,178.70 

J. W. Stinson, Mecklenburg County 10,749.44 

Merchants and Farmers Bank. Mitchell County 4,005 30 

G. W. .Stuart. Montgomery County l 2.473 80 

Bank of Pinehurst. Moore County.. 3.957.70 

J. N. Taylor. Nash County 4.660.70 

J. A. Orrell New Hanovor County.. I 4.162.90 

Farmers Bank. Northamrton County --- 4,081.20 

Bank of Onslow. Onslow County 3.678.40 

J. I.. Brown. Orange County I 3.325.00 

R. V. Ewell. Pamlico County 6,210.62 

Savings Bank and Trust Co., Pasquotank County i Z.'M'i.TO 

R. T. Murrav. Pender Coun'y 2.707.12 

L. W. Norman. Perquimans County 1.979.80 

Bank of Roiboro. Person County 2.648.60 

W. B Wilson. Pitt County 7,144.00 

A. N. Kunkle, Polk County 2,744.45 

C. Bowman. Randolph County 4,507.56 

Bank of Pee Dee. Richmond County i 3.515.00 

National Bank of Lumberton. Robeson County I 7,660.80 

T. L. Gardner. Rockingham County \ 6.752.60 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



BLIC SCHOOLS, EQUALIZING FUND — continued. 



APPROPRIATIGV FOR I 

March, 1918. 

J. C. Kesler, Rowan County 

A. R. Yelton. Rutherford County 

Bank of Clinton, Sampson County 

W. D. Mcl.aurin. Scotland County 

R. N. Furr. Stanly County -. 

J. A. Fogg, Stokes County... 

J. S. Patterson, Surry County 

W. B. Carringer, Swain County 

S. M. Lance Transylvania County 

.\. L. Walker. Tyrrell County 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Union County 

First National Bank, Vance County 

L. D. Stephenson, Wake County.. 

Bank of Warren, Warren County 

A. L. Holmes, Washington County 

W. F. Farthing, Watauga County .- 

G. A. Norwood, Wayne County .- 

Branch Banking and Trust Co., Wilson County.. 

W. H. Renegan, Yadkin County 

J. W. Bennett, Yancey County.. 



7,068.00 
5,318.10 
5.236.40 
2.371.20 
4.039.40 
7,467.90 
5,521.78 
2,310.40 
2,045.30 
1,010.80 
6,184.50 
3,235.70 
10,347,50 
3,222.40 
1,679.60 
3,387.97 
5,823.50 
4,797.50 
5,163.15 
6,418.35 



April, 1918. 

J. N. Dorton. Cabarrus County. 



May. 1918. 

C. H. Ferguson Wilkes County.. 



.ATION FOR RURAL LIBRARIES. 



Paid county treasurers as follows: 
December, 1917. 

E. R. Mixon, Beaufort County. 

Ed. Brookshire, Buncombe County 

Merchants National Bank Forsyth County 

Carl Finger, Gaston County 

County National Bank. Lincoln County 

M. G. Poteat, McDowell County 

J. W. Stinson. Mecklenburg County 

J. N. Taylor, Nash County --.- 

W. B. Wilson. Pitt County. 

Bank of Pee Dee Rockingham County 

National Bank of Lumberton Robeson County. 

W. D. McLaurin Scotland County 

S. M. Lance, Transylvania County 

G. A. Norwood, Wayne County.. 

February, 1918. 

W. P. Smith. ,\lamance County 

J. C. Bell. Bertie County 

Bank of Bladenboro, Bladen County... 

Ed. Brookshire Buncombe County 

J. H. Dorton. Cabarrus County 

Citizens Bank EUzabeth City, Pasquotank County.. 
R. Stroup Cleveland County 



10.00 
5.00 
10.00 
25.00 
15.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 



10.00 
15.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 



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205 



Statement E — Continued. 



February. 1918. 

W. H. Hickman, Columbus County 

C. Best. Duplin County 

S. Bowling. Durham County 

First National Bank. Franklin County 

A. M. Shaw. Harnett County 

C. B. Atkinson, Haywood County 

Bank of Sanford. Lee County - 

County National Bank, Lincoln County 

M. G. Poteat McDowell County 

Alex. Moore, Macon County 

James W. Stinson. Mecklenburg County 

G. W. Stuart, Montgomery County 

Bank of Onslow, Onslow County 

Bank of Roxboro, Person County 

\V. B. Wilson, Pitt County 

Bank of Pec Dee, Richmond County 

National Bank of Luniberton, Robeson County 

T. L. Gardner, Rockingham County 

J. C. Kesler. Rowan County .__ 

A. R. Yclton, Rutherford County 

Bank of Clinton. Sampson County 

R. N. Furr. Stanly County 

J. A. Fogg, Stokes County _ 

J. S. Patterson, Surry County 

W. B. Carringer, Swain County 

C. H. Ferguson, Wilkes County 

J. W. Bennett, Yancey County _ 

March, 1918. 

Branch Banking and Trust Co., Wilson County. 

W. J. Farthing. Watauga County 

First National Bank. Johnston County 

National Bank of Lumherton, Robeson County 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Union County 

W. B. Wilson, Pitt County 

Bank of Winton, Hertford County 

J. E. Bowers, Hahfax County. 

W. P. Smith. Alamance County 

John A. Orrell. New Hanover County 

S. M. Lance, Transylvania County.. 

R. T. Murray, Pender County 

J. W. Keener, Jackson County 

A. R Yelton, Rutherford County 

Bank of Pee Dee, Richmond County 

James W. Stinson, Mecklenbiu-g County 

J. H. Dorton, Cabarrus County 

First National Bank, Franklin County 

Ed. Brookshire, Buncombe County 

Citizens Bank of Shallotte, Brunswick County 

G. H. Dorton, Cabarrus County 

Merchants National Bank. Winston-Salem, Forsyth County.. 

Carl Finger, Gaston County 

Cephas Bowman. Randolph County.. 

Bank of Clinton. Sampson County - 

J. A. Fogg, Stokes County- 

J, S. Patterson, Surry County 

J. W. Bennett, Yancey County 

C. D. Jones, Carteret County 

J. N. Taylor, Nash County 

National Bank of Lumberton, Robeson County 



10.00 
10.00 
2.5.00 
10.00 
20.00 
10.00 

.5.00 
20.00 
10.00 
15.00 

5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 

,5.00 

5.00 
55.00 
35.00 
15.00 
10.00 
50.00 
10.00 
20.00 
15.00 
25.00 
10.00 



15.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
20.00 

5 00 
15.00 
10.00 

5.00 

5.00 
10.00 

5.00 
20.00 

5.00 
20.00 
10.00 

5.00 
10.00 
10.00 

5.00 

5.00 
10.00 
10.00 



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Document N^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR RURAL LIBRARIES — continued. 

April, 1918. 

Bank of Pee Dee, Richmond County 

C. D. Jones, Carteret County 

J. C. Bell, Bertie County 

A. C. Hassell, Dare County 

Jeff Credle, Hyde County.. 

A. N. Kunkle Polk County 

W. A. Reinhardt, Catawba County.. 

First National Bank, Louisburg, Franklin County 

J. N. Taylor, Nash County 

Bank of Pee Dee. Richmond County 

Citizens Bank. Elizabeth City, Camden County 

T. L. Gardner. Rockingham County 

Jeff Credle. Hyde County 

Bank of Onslow, Onslow County _ 

November, 1918. 

Citizens Bank, Brunswick County 

Ed. Brookshire, Buncombe County _ 

Citizens Bank, EUzabeth City, Camden County 

T. E. White, Chowan County _.._ 

J. W. Sanderlin, Currituck County 

W. Frank Brown, Henderson County _ 

M. G. Pote:it, McDowell County 

Merchants and Farmers Bank, Mitchell County 

G. W. Stuart. Montgomery County 

Bank of Pinehurst. Moore County 

J. N.Taylor, Nash County 

Bank of Onslow. Onslow County 

J. L. Brown. Orange County 

R. V. Ewcll, Pamlico County 

C. Bowman, Randolph County 

First National Bank, Lumberton, Robeson County 

T. L. Gardner. Rockingham County 

Bank of Clinton, Sampson County... 

J. S. Patterson, Surry County 

W. B. Carringer, Swain County 

S. M. Lance, Transylvania County 

L. D. Stephenson, Wake County 

J. W. Bennett, Yancey County 

L. T. Lane, Chatham County 

Total 

auditor's department. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
W. P. Wood, State Auditor, salary, December 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary, December 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, December 

F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, December 

January, 1918. 
W. P. Wood. State Auditor, salary, January 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary, January 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, January 

F. W. .Smith, pension clerk, salary, January 



10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
10.00 
20.00 
25.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 



10.00 
20.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
10.00 
25.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 
60.00 



s 


250.00 




106.74 




125.00 




100.00 


t 


250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 



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207 



Statement EJ — Continued. 



auditor's departemnt — continued, 
February. 1918. 
W. P. Wood. State Auditor, salary. February,.. 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary, February 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, February 

F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, February 

March. 1918. 
W. P. Wood. State Auditor, salary. March 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary, March 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, March 

F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, March 

April. 1918. 
W. P. Wood. State Auditor, salary. April 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary, April 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, April 

F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, April... 

May. 1918. 
W. P. Wood. State Auditor, salary. May 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary. May .,,. 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, May 

F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary. May 

June. 1918. 
W. P. Wood. State Auditor, salary, June... 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary. June _ 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, June 

F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, June 

jLly, 1918. 
W. P. Wood, State Auditor, salary, July 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary, July 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, July 

F, W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, July 

August, 1918. 
W. P. Wood, State Auditor salary, August. 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary, August. 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, August 

F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, August 

September, 1918. 

W. P. Wood. State Auditor, salary, September 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary. September 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, September 

Mrs. F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, September. 

October, 1918. 

W. P. Wood, State Auditor, salary, October.. 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary, October... 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, October 

Mrs. F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, October 

November, 1918. 

W. P. Wood. State Auditor, salary, November 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary. November 

Baxter Durham tax clerk, salary, November 

Mrs. F. W. Smith, pension clerk salary, November. 

Total 



12.1.00 
100.00 





250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 




250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 




250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 




250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 




250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 



125.00 
100.00 



t 


250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 


t 


250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 


t 


250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



auditor's department, contingencies. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 




42.00 
45.00 
10.00 








Myrtle Gates, clerical services 






$ 97.00 


January, 1918. 
Mildred Hall, clerical services- 




55.00 
100.00 








155.00 


February, 1918. 




35.00 
65.00 








100.00 


March, 1918. 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 




50.00 
50.00 


Mildred Hall, clerical services. 






100.00 


April, 1918. 




50.00 
33.33 
8.34 
5.00 


O. G. Wrenn, clerical services— 

O. G. Wrenn, clerical services... 










96.67 


May, 1918. 




43.20 




43.20 


June, 1918. 




75.00 
75.00 








150.00 


July, 1918. 




75.00 




75.00 


August, 1918. 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, expenses 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, balance expenses 

J. B. BriRgs. clerical services.. 




50.00 
25.19 
75.00 




1.30. 19 


September, 1918. 
Baxter Durham, tax clerk, expenses 

United States Railroad Administration Ticket Office, mileage 




25.00 
30.00 
26.67 
100.00 








181.67 


October, 1918. 




30.00 
100.00 
100.00 


J. B, Briggs. services 




Mrs. W. D. Simpson 






230.00 
100.00 


November, 1918. 
J. B. Briggs, clerk, salary, November... , 




100.00 




1 




Total . 


] i 1,478.73 







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Statement E — Continued. 



AUDUBON FUND. 

Paid on above account as folio 



June, 1918. 
R. A. Brown, treasurer, collection 



AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE LICENBES. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
November, 1918. 
Ingram-Richardson Mfg. Co.. balance account 




AUTOMOBILE FUND. 

Paid on above account as f( 
January. 1918. 
Minnie Bagwell, clerical services 

A. L. Fleming, elerical serv 
Mrs. C. L, Haynes, clerical 

Susie Taylor, clerical services 

I. E. Skinner, clerical services 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage. 

February, 1918. 

Minnie Bagwell, clerical services 

A. L. Fleming, clerical services 

I. E. Skinner, clerical services 

Susie Taylor, clerical services 

March. 1918. 
Minnie Bagwell, clerical services 

A. L. Fleming, clerical 
I. E. Skinner, clerical 
Susie Taylor, clerical 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage -. 

Southern Railway Co., freight advanced on auto numbers.-. , 

April. 1918. 
Minnie Bagwell, clerical 9er\*ices 

A. L. Fleming, clerical services 

Mrs. M. B. Syme, clerical services _ 

Suaie Taylor, clerical services. 

Miss I. E. Skinner, clerical services _ , 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage _ 

J. E. Saw>'er, clerical services _ 

A. L. Fleming, clerical services 

Mrs. M. B. Syme, clerical services 

I. E. Skinner, clerical services.. _ _ 

Susie Taylor, clerical services 

May, 1918. 
Johnnie Hayes, hauling auto plates 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Automobile Fund State Dept.__. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., adding machine. Automobile Fund 

State Department 



125.00 
100.00 
75.00 
40.00 
75.00 
120.00 




125.00 

100.00 
42.. 50 , 
40.00 
75.00 
2, 200. SO 
180.00 
208.33 
100.00 ! 
75.00 j 
75.00 
40.00 



4.00 
120.00 , 
60.00 I 



14— Part 1—1918 



210 



Document N^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement B — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILE FUND — continued. 
June, 1918. 
J. E. Sawyer, 

A. L. Fleming, 

Sophy Grimes, services 

Mrs. C. L. Haynes. services.. 

Miss I. E. Skinner, services.. 

Miss Susie Tayloi 

Margaret Habel. 

Mrs. W. T. Woodley. 

Helen Uzzell, services 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage 

J. J. Weaver, labor 

Mrs. M. B. Syme, clerical services _._ 

News and Observer Publishing Co., publishing notice.. 

J. J. Weaver, work, handling plates 

Manual Service and Correction Bureau, supplies 

Southern Express Co., charges 

T. A. Little, services 

J. J. Weaver, 
J. E»Sawyer, 
A. L. Fleming, services 

C. W. E. Pittman, services 

Mrs. M. B. Syme services 

Miss I. E. Skinner, services 

Mrs. C. L. Haynes, services 

A. B. Spicer, services 

M. Batchelor. services 

Mamie Lee .\vent, services 

Nan Lacy, services 

F. Lacy, services 

M. Habel, services.... 

Southern Express Co. charges 

J. J. Weaver, handling auto plates.. 

Miss H. Uzzell services.. 

Mrs. W. T. Woodley, services 

Miss S, M. Grimes, services 

Alfred Williams. Jr., services 

R. F. Phillips, services 

Miss L. Lee, services 

Miss H. Laughingho 

Miss Susie Taylor, services.. 

J. G. Trapier, services 

E. T. Mott, services 

Gladys Dewar, services 



208.33 
100,00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
40.00 
25.00 
10.00 
10.00 
4,100.00 
17.50 
30.00 
1.00 
17.50 
4.95 
14.31 
50.00 
17.50 
208.33 
125.00 
100.00 
90.00 
90.00 
90.00 
84.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
2.61 
17.50 
76.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
70.00 
62.50 
55.00 
17.50 
17.50 
12.50 



July, 1918. 
J. J. Weaver, labor 

Western Display Co., auto license plates.. 

J. J. Weaver, labor 

Miss M. Habel, services 

Miss H. Laughinghouse services 

R. F. Phillips, services 

A. Williams. Jr., services 

Miss G. Dewar, services 

Miss .S. M. Grimes, services _ 

Mrs. W. T. Woodley. services 

Miss H. Uzzell, services 

A. B. Spicer, 
Miss N. Lacy. 



17.50 
16,214.66 
17.50 
32.50 
32.50 
32.50 
32.50 
32.50 
32.50 
32.50 
32.50 
45.50 
32.50 



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211 



Statement E — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILE FUND — COnilTi 

July, 1918. 

Misa M. Avent, services 

Mrs. E. T. Mott. services 

Mrs. J. G. Trapier, services. 

Miss L. Lee. services 

J. J. Weaver, services - 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, hauling. 

J. J. Weaver, labor 

Miss S. Taylor, services-... 

Miss M. Batchelor, services 

Miss I. E. Skinner, services. 

aynes, services 



Mrs. C. L. Hay 
A. L. Fleming, 
Mrs. M. B. Syn 

J. E. Sawyer, services 

C. W. E. Pittnian, services 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage.. 

Andrew Burnett, services 

W. D. Terry, services 



32.50 
32.50 
2.50 
20.00 
17.50 
20.00 
42.35 
17.50 
55.00 
75.00 
90.00 
90.00 
125.00 
90.00 
208.33 
100.00 
22.40 
10.00 
20.00 



August, 1918. 

S. G. .\dams Stamp and Stationery Co., auto numbers ! i 932.34 

J. J. Weaver, services I 17.50 

Southern Express Co., charges... _ 2.61 

Hobby's Transfer, hauling 90.00 

J. J. Weaver, ser\'ices.. 17,50 



September, 1918. 
J. E .Sawyer. 
Mrs. C. L. Hayn 

Miss M. Batchelor, services 

Miss S. Taylor, services 

Mrs. M. B. Syme, services 

Miss I. E. Skinner, services 

Manual Service and Correction Bu 



a, suppUes-. 



208.33 
90.00 
75.00 
55.00 
90.00 
90.00 
15.70 



October, 1918. 

J. Iv Sawyer, services 

Blanche Stockard, services.. 
I. E.Skini 
Margaret Batchelo 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage 

Southern Express Co., charges 

News and Observer Publishing Co,, publishing notice.. 
J. E. Sawyer, s 
Blanche Stockard, 

I. E. Skinner, services 

R. F. Philhps, services 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, hauling.. 



208.33 
90.00 
90.00 
75.00 
12.25 
1.79 
1,60 
208.33 
90.00 
90.00 
90.00 
3,50 



November, 1918. 
Mrs. M. B. Syme, s 
Manual .Service and Correction Bureau, service.. 

S. Lewis, hauling. .State Department 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls.. 

J. E. .Sawyer, services 

Blanche Stockard, services 



45.00 
9.00 
3.15 

14.01 
208,33 

90.00 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



3BILE FUND — continu 

November, 1918. 

R. F. Phillips, services 

I. E. Skinner, services 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage.. 



90.00 
90.00 
4.90 



BO.VRD OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT 

Paid on above account as follows 
December, 1917. 
Mrs. N. W. Price, salary and expenses 



January, 1918. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, salary and expenses.. 



February, 1918. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, salary and expenses. 



March, 1918. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, salary and expenses.. 



April, 1918. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, salary and expenses. 



May, 1918. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, salary and expenses. 



June, 1918, 

Mrs. N. W. Price, salary and expensi 



July, 1918. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, salary and expenses. 



August, 1918. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, salary and expenses. 



% 125.50 I 



September, 1918. 
Mrs. N. W. Price, salary and expenses.. 



October, 1918. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, salary and expenses. 



BONDS, 4 PER CENT. 

Paid on above account as follows 
January, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, paid for bonds .., 



March, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, paid for bonds.. 



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213 



Statement B — Oontinued. 



BONDS— STA 



: IMPROVEMENTS, 



Paid on above account as folio 
April. 1918. 

State Journal, publishing notice bond issue ) 

Greensboro Daily News, publishing notice bond issue.. 
High Point Enterprise, publishing notice bond issue.. 

Durham Sun. publishing notice bond issue 

The Raleigh Times, publishing notice bond issue 

The Journal Publishing Co.. publishing notice bond i 

Wilmington Star Co.. publishing notice bond issue 

Greensboro Daily Record, publishing notice bond issue.. 

The Bond Bu.ver. publishing notice bond issue. 

Dispatch Publishing Co.. publishing notice bond issue.. 

The Observer Co.. publishing notice bond issue 

Sentinel Publishing Co.. publishing notice bond issue. 

The .\sheville Citizen, publishing notice bond issue 

New Bern Publishing Co.. publishing notice bond issue.. 
The .isheville Times Co.. publishing notice bond issue. 
Manufacturers Record, publishing notice bond issue.. 
The Fayetteville Observer Co.. publishing notice bond issue.. 

May. 1918. 

The Sun. pubUshing notice bond issue 

Daily Bond News, publishing notice bond issue 
The Guenther Publishing Co.. publishing notice bond issue. 
News Publishing Co., publishing notice bond issue 
Hickory Daily Record, publishing notice bond issue 
The N"ew York Times, publishing notice bond issue 



August. 1918. 
The Salisbury Post, publishing notice bond issue 




June. 1918. 

TheMornmg Herald, publishing notice bond issue... 
The Evening Telegram, publishing notice bond issue 
Ne«-s and Observer Publishing Co., publishing notice bond 
American Bank Note Co., bonds 



CAPITOL SQtJARE. 

Paid on above account as follow 



December. 1917, 

Sim Lee. work 

Frank Hight. work on anow paths 
Richard Bridgcrs. work on snow path; 

January, 1918. 

Joe Woods, cleaning walks 

Sim Lee, work ' 

Raleigh Granite Co.. screenings 

February, 1918. 

Sim Lee. work , 

Sim Lee. work i 

Moees Umatead, fertilizer.. 



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Statement E — Continued. 



CAPITOL SQUARE — continued. 
March. 1918. 

Sim Lee, work 




8.25 
8.25 
3.75 
8.25 
8.25 




Sim Lee. work 


















$ 36.75 


April, 1918. 




2.50 
7.88 
4.38 
8.75 
8.50 
7.88 
























39.89 


May. 1918. 




20.62 
9.63 
■ 48.00 
7.88 
9.63 
8.75 


























June, 1918. 




9.63 
9.63 
9.63 
9.63 
9.63 
























July. 1918. 




8.75 
9.62 
9.62 
















August. 1918. 




8.75 
9.63 
9.63 
10.06 
9.63 
























September, 1918. 

Sim Lee. work 




8.75 
12.00 
11.00 
11.00 
12.00 






















54.75 


October, 1918. 




5.00 
11.00 
10.00 
11.00 
11.00 
10.00 
























58.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



November, 1918. 

Sim Lee, work. 
Sim Lee, work.. 
Sim Lee. work- 
Sim Lee, work- 
Sim Lee, work— 



CAPITOL BQD.IBE— COIi/inuerf. 



CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. 

Paid on above account as fo 



February, 1918. 

S. C. Hobgood, sheriff, bringing Herbert Perry to electric chair- 



March, 1918. 
T. D Colli] 



, deputy sheriff, bringing WiUie Williams to electric cha 



May, 1918. 

O. G. Belton. sheriff, bringing Spencer to electric chair 

R. L. Harker, deputy sheriff, bringing E. M. Roderick, Jr., to electric 



August, 1918. 

W. F. Grimes, sheriff, bringing .\rthur Pcedin to electric chair-. 
B. P. Smith, deputy sheriff, bringing Abe Allison to electric chai'r." 
David Graham, sheriff, bringing Baxter Cain to electric chair.... 



December, 1917, 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurei 



CASWELL TRAINING SCHOOL. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
officio 



35.75 
43. SC 



7. So 
38.10 
21.04 



January. 1918, 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio-. 

February, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio.. 

March, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio.. 

April, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio.. 

June, 1918. 
B. J!. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ez officio.. 

August, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio... 



215 



i 


12.75 
12.75 
12.75 
12.75 








10.00 


t 










t 


510. 59 



66.9!1 
201.34 



5,000,00 
7,000.00 



1,250.00 
5,000.00 



t 11,250.00 
8,000.00 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



CABWELL TRAINING SCHOOL — continued. 

September, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio 

October, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio 

Total - 



CHEROKEE NORMA 



a NTT. 



Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

H. A. Neal, principal, salary, November 

Belie Armstrong, salary, November-December 

Flora E. Fain, salary, November-December 

Lee Ellen Wells, salary, November-December __. 

January, 1918. 

H. A. Neal. principal, salary, December 

Belle Armstrong, salary, December-January 

Flora Fain, salary, December-January 

Lee Ellen Wells, salary, December-January 

February, 1918. 

H. A. Neal, principal, salary, January 

Belle Armstrong, salary, January-February 

Flora Fain, salary, January-February.. 

Lee EUen Wells, salary, January-February 

March, 1918. 

H. A. Neal, principal, salary, February 

Belle Armstrong, salary, February-March 

C. Stewart, salary, February-March... 

AiHil, 1918. 
County Board of Education, Robeson County, appropriation 

H. A. Neal, salary, March . 

Belle Armstrong, salary. March 

Charles Stuart, salary, March 

May, 1918. 

H. A. Neal, principal, salary, April - 

Belle Armstrong, salary, April-May - 

Charles Stuart, salary, April-May --- 

H. A. Neal, principal, salary. May 

Belle Armstrong, salary. May 

Charles Stuart, salary. May 

Alice Lambert, salary, May 

July, 1918, 
H. A. Neal principal, salary, June 

August, 1918. 

H. A. Neal, salary, July 

September, 1918. 
H. A. Neal. salary August 



90.00 
67.50 
55.00 
35.75 



t 90.00 

67.50 
50.00 
50.00 



90.00 
67.50 
65.50 
65.50 



S 90.00 

67.50 
32.50 



$ 500.00 
90.00 
67.50 
48.75 



90.00 
67.50 
65.00 
90.00 
67.50 
65.00 
55.00 



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217 



Statement E — Continued. 



CHEROKEE NORMAL 8CH 

Octaber,1918. 
H. A. Neal, salary, September. 

November, 1918. 

County Board of Educatioa, appropriati 
T. C. Henderson, principal, services. 
BeUe Armstrong, services.. 
Susie Jordan, serWces 



CODE COM 



Paid on above account 
December, 1917. 

L. P. McGehee, salary, November 

Moses Shapiro clerical services 




January, 1916. 

L. P. McGehee, salary, December I § 

Harry W. Stubbs, per diem and expenses _ __ 

Lindsay C. Warren per diem and expenses _ 

H. P. Grier per diem and expenses _"__ 

Carter Dalton, per diem and expenses 



February, 1918, 
L. P. McGehee, servi' 

March, 1918. 

L. P. McGehee servi. 
A. C. Mcintosh, serv 



i and expenses, January. 



Dd expenses, February.. 



April, 1918. 
L. P. McGehee, salary and expenses, March. 
A. C. Mcintosh, services, March 



May, 1918. 
L. P. McGehee, services and expenses.. 
A. C. Mcintosh, services 



June, 1918. 
L. P. McGehee, ser\'i 
A. C. Mcintosh, 



225.00 
150.00 



225.00 
100.00 



225.00 
100.00 



225.00 
100.00 ! 



July, 1918. 

Carter Dalton, Ber\'ices and expenses... __ J j 

H. W. Stubbs, services and expenses 

L. C. Warren, services and expenses 

L. P. McGehee, services and expenses 

August, 1918. 

A. C. Mcintosh, services 

Carter Dalton, expenses 

L. P. McGehee, services and expenses 

September, 1918. 

L. P. McGehee, services and expenses. 

A. C. Mclntosli, services _ 



18.00 
27.00 
30.30 
325.00 



100.00 
10.00 
225.00 



338.33 
100.00 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



CODE COMMISSION— continued. 
October, 1918. 


; 100.00 

390.00 

9.83 














S 499.83 


November. 1918. 


t 782.30 
18.00 
575.00 
25.00 
20.00 
22.75 
18.00 




























1,461.05 




% 208.34 

1,200.00 

277.82 

700.00 

450.00 




t 5,300.84 






COLORED NORMAL SCHOOLS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 




T. J. Markham, treasurer, appropriation for support. Elizabeth City,. 




W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for support, Winston-Salem 

H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support, Fayetteville _. 


J J^2,836.16 


January, 1918. 


S 214.24 
600.00 


W. A. Blair, treasurer appropriation for support, Winston- Salem 


814.24 


February, 1918. 


S 210.83 

525.00 

1,200.00 

21.60 

1,000.00 






T. J. Markham, treasurer, appropriation for support, EUzabeth City__ 

Southern Railway Co., mileage book, superintendent _. 

W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for support. Winston-Salem 


2,957.43 


March, 1918. 


t 1,200.00 
575.00 
220.49 
100.00 
300.00 
700.00 
10,000.00 
650.00 
1,200.00 














T. J. Markham, treasurer, appropriation for support. Elizabeth City... 

W. A. Blair, treasurer appropriation for support, Winston-Salem 

W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for building and equipment 




T. J. Markham, treasurer, appropriation for support, Elizabeth City- 


14,945.49 


April. 1918. 


1 213.44 
800.00 
750.00 


W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for support, Winston-Salem 






1,763.44 


May. 1918. 
E. E. Sams, superintendent, salary, April ^ 


S 208.33 
21.60 
900.00 


W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for support, Winston-Salem 





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Statement E — Continued 



t NORMAL SCHOOLS — Continued. 
June, 1918. 
T. J. Markham. treasurer, appropriation for support, Elizabeth City 

E. E. Sams, superintendent, salary and expenses, May 

H. VV. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support, Fayetteville 

W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for support, Winston-Salem _. 

E. E. Sams, superintendent, expenses. ._ 

II. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support. Fayetteville 



July. 1918. 

E. E. Sams, superintendent, services and expenses.. 

W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for support, Winston-Salem. 
H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support. Fayetteville 



748. 96 
214.43 
125.00 
300.00 
27.49 
133.00 



239.82 ; 

1.000.00 1 

330.00 



August, 1918. 

E. E. Sams, superintendent, salary and expenses. July $ 226.93 

Southern Railway Co., mileage, superintendent ._. I 30.00 

H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support, Fayetteville ' 175.00 

W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for support, Winaton-Salem I 500.00 



September, 1918. 

E. E. Sams, superintendent, servict 
H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriati( 



and expenses 

1 for support, Fayetteville. 



October, 1918. 
E. E. Sams, superintendent, services and expenses _.' $ 

T. J. Markhara. treasurer, appropriation for support, Elizabeth City...! 
W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for support, Winston-Sale; 
H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support. Fayetteville.. 



November, 1918. 

E. E. Sams, services _ 

H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support, Fayetteville 

W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for support, Winston-Salem 



COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, December 

F. B. Gerhard, Actuary, salary, December 

S. W. Wade. Deputy Commissioner, salary, December, 

J. J. Bernard, chief clerk, salary, December ._. 

Ida Montgomery, license clerk, salary. December 

E. B. Powell, cashier, salary. December 

M. W. Carlyle. bookkeeper, salary. December 

January. 1918. 
J. R. Young. Commissioner, salary. January. 

F. B. Gerhard, .Vctuary, salary, January. 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, January.. 

J. J, Bernard, chief clerk, salary, January 

Ida Montgomery, license clerk, salary, January 

E. B. Powell, cashier, salary, January.. 

ii. W. Carlyle, bookkeeper salary, January 



213.56 
525.00 ! 




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Statement E — Continued 



COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE — Continued. 
February, 1918. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, February 

F. B. Gerhard, Actuary, salary, February 

S. W. Wade. Deputy Commissioner, salary, February.. 

J. J. Bernard, chief clerk, salary, February 

Ida Montgomery, license clerk, salary, February 

E. B. Powell, cashier, salary, February 

M. W. Carlyle, bookkeeper, salary, February 



$ 291.66 
183.33 
166. 66 
166. 66 
100.00 
91.66 
73.00 



March, 1918. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, March 

F. B. Gerhard, .\ctuary, salary, March 

S. W. Wade, .\ssistant Commissioner, salary. March.. 

J. J. Bernard, chief clerk, salary. March 

Ida Montgomery, license clerk, salary, March 

E. B. Powell, cashier, salary, March 

M. W. Carlyle, bookkeeper, salary. March 



291.66 
183.33 
166.66 
166.66 
100.00 
91.66 
75.00 



April, 1918. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary. April 

F. B. Gerhard, Actuary, salary, April 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, April.. 

J. J. Bernard, chief clerk, salary. April 

Ida Montgomery, license clerk, salary, April 

E. B. Powell, cashier, salary, April 

M. W. Carlyle. bookkeeper, salary, April 



291.66 
183.33 



100. 00 
91.66 
75.00 



May, 1918. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, May 

F. B. Gerhard, .Actuary, salary. May 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary. May.. 

J. J. Bernard, chief clerk, salary. May 

Ida Montgomery, salary. May 

E. B. Powell, cashier, salary. May 

M. W. Carlyle. bookkeeper, salary, May 



291.66 
183.33 



100.00 
91.66 
75.00 



June, 1918. 

J. R. Young. Commissioner, salary, June 

F. B. Gerhard, .\ctuary. salary. June 

S. W. Wade. Deputy Commissioner, salary. June.. 

J. J. Bernard, chief clerk, salary, June 

Ida Montgomery, license clerk, salary, June 

E. B. Powell, cashier, salary, June 

M. W. Carlyle. bookkeeper, salary, June 



291.66 
183.33 
166.66 
166.66 
lOO.OO 
91.66 
75.00 



July, 1918. 

J. R. Young. Commissioner, salary, July 

F. B. Gerhard. Actuary, salary, July 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, July. 

J. J. Bernard, chief clerk, salary, July 

Ida Montgomery, salary, July 

E. B. Powell, salary. July 



291.66 
183. 33 
166.66 
166.66 
100.00 
91.66 



August, 1918. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, August 

F. B. Gerhard. Actuary, salary, August.. 

S. W. Wade. Deputy Commissioner, salary, August. 

J. J. Bernard, chief clerk, salary. .4ugust 

Ida Montgomery, license clerk, salary, August 

E. B. Powell, cashier, salary, August 

F. H. Young, bookkeeper, salary, August 



291.66 
183.33 
166. 66 
166.66 
100.00 
91.66 
75.00 



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Statement E — Continued, 



COMMISSIONER OF iNsrRAN'CE — continued, 
September, 1918. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary.' September 

F. B. Gerhard. Actuary, salary, September 

S. \V. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary. September. 

J. J. Bernard, chief clerk, salary. September 

Ida Montgomery, license clerk, salary. September 

Miss E. B. Powell, cashier, salary, September 

F. H. Young, bookkeeper, salary. September 



October, 1918. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, October 

F. B. Gerhard. Deputy Commissioner, salary. October.. 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, October 

J. J. Bernard, chief clerk, salary, October. 

Miss I. Montgomery, license clerk, salary. October 

Miss E. B. Powell, cashier, October 

F. H. Young, bookkeeper, salary, October 



November, 1918. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, Xovember 

F. B. Gerhard. Actuary, salary, November 

S. W. Wade. Deputy Commissioner, salary, November.. 

J. J. Bernard, chief clerk, salary, November 

Ida Montgomery, salary, November 

E. B. Powell, salary, November 

F. H. Young, salary, November 



November. 1918. 
James R. Young, C 



COMMISSIONER OF INSUR.VNCE, VIOLATIONS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 

expenses 



EH OF IN8CBANCE, CONTINGENT EXPENSE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 



November, 1918. 
James R. Young. Commissioner, expense.. 



COMMISSIONER OF LABOR AND PRINTING. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, December 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, December 
I. C. Yates, clerk, salary, December 



January. 1918. 

M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary. January 

G. B. Justice. Assistant Commissioner, salary. January. 
Gladys Smith, stenographer, salary. January. 



February, 1918. 

M. L. Shiptnan. Comnnssionfr. salary, February 

G. B. Justice, A-ssistant Cuuiiiiis.sioner, salary, February.. 
Gladys Smith, stenographer, salary, February 



291.66 
183.33 
166.66 
166.66 
100.00 
91.66 
75.00 



291.66 
183.33 
166.66 
166.66 
100.00 
91.66 
75.00 



291.66 
183.33 
166.66 

166.66 
100.00 
91.66 
75.00 



t 


250.00 




11)6.71 




75.00 


s 


250.00 




166.66 




75.00 


s 


2.i0.00 




166.66 




75.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



COMMISSIONER OF LABOR AND PRINTING — continxied, 

March, 19t8. 

M. L. Shipman. Commissioner, salary, March 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, March 

Gladys Smith, stenographer, salary, March 

April, 1918. 

M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, April 

G. B, Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, April 

Gladys Smith, stenographer, salary, April _ 

May, 1918. 
M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, May 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary. May 

June, 1918. 

Gladys Smith, stenographer, salary. May 

M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, June _ 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, June 

Gladys Williamson, clerk, salary, June 

July, 1913. 

M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, July 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, July 

Gladys Williamson, clerk, salary, July 

August, 1918. 

M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, August 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, August 

Gladys Williamson, clerk, salary, August. 

September, 1918. 
M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, September 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, September... 
Gladys Williamson, clerk, salary September 

October, 1918. 

M. L. Shipman. Commissioner, salary, October 

G. B.^Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary October 

Gladys Williamson, clerk, salary, October 

November, 1918. 
M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, November 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, November.. . 
Gladys Williamson, clerk, salary, November 

Total 

COMMISSIONER OF LABOR AND PRINTING, CGNTINGENCIl 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, expenses collecting statistics 

July, 1918. 
M. L. Shipman, Commissioner expenses 

October, 1918. 
M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, expenses... 

Total 



S 250.00 
166.66 
75.00 



250. 00 
166.66 
75.00 



250.00 
166.66 



75.00 
250.00 
166.66 

75.00 



250.00 
166.66 
75.00 



250.00 
166.66 
75.00 



$ 250.00 
166.66 
75.00 



$ 250.00 
166. 66 
75.00 



250.00 
166. 66 
75'. 00 



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Statemf:n't E — Continued. 



CONPEDEHATB WOMEN S HOME. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
March. 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation 

February. 191B. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appro!>riation 

July. 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation 

September. 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio appropriation ._ 

TotaL— - 



Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1917. 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repairs. Capitol 

Young & Hughes, repairs. Attorney-General's ofEce 

E. F. Pescud. court calendars, several departments 

Henry T. Hicks Co., supplies, several departments 

J. C. Brantley, comb, etc., Capitol 

W. B. Mann & Co., matches, Capitol 

Jlodel Laundry, laundry, State Departments Building 

A. M. Maupin & Co.. premium, bond chief clerk. Treasury Dept.. 

Capitol Drug Store, soap, etc., Capitol Building 

W. H. King Drug Co., soap, Capitol 



4.20 
3.15 
4.00 
2.45 
.85 
8.25 
4.50 
40.00 
3.95 
2.10 



January, 1918. 

H. T. Hicks Co.. polish, etc.. Supreme Court Building $ 

George Alston, washing towels. Supreme Court 

Roach Farrar, washing towels Executive Department ! 

S. J. Hawkins, washing towels. Auditor's Department 

Lockwood Trade Journal Co., 1918 Directory. Dept. Labor and PrintingI 

Oak City .Steam Laundry, laundry. Administration Building 

Model Laundry, laundry Supreme Court Building ] 

H. T. Hicks Co.. soap. State Departments Building 

Lillian Baucom, dust brushes, etc.. Supreme Court Building 

Efird's Department Store, towels. State Departments Building 

A. Williams & Co., paper, Capitol __.! 

W T. Terry, rubber stamps. Treasury Department i 

R. Y. Mc.Vden, premium, bond institution clerk. Treasury Dept 

W. H. King Drug Co., soap, Capitol 

February, 1918. 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, towels. Capitol 

Model Laundry, towels. State Departments Building 

W. B. Mann & Co.. matches, etc., Capitol 

Capitol Drug Store, brushes. Auditor's Department... 

Citizens Insurance Co., premium, bond State Treasurer, 1918 _. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. seal. Yancey County 

Office Ser\'ice Co., repairs to typewriter. Corporation Commission. 



2.25 
3.00 
2.00 
1.50 
5.00 
9.86 
4.50 
6.50 
2.40 
8.00 

10.00 
1.25 

20.00 
8.70 



7.04 

4.50 I 
10.10 

2.. 50 
7.10.00 
15.00 

7.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



CONTINGENCIES— CO nfmwed. 
Mareh,1918. 


t 1.20 
2.13 
4.50 
18.70 
1.75 
















Burroughs Adding Machine Co., ribbon for machine, State Dept 


t 28.28 


April, 1918. 


S 4.50 
1.5" 
7,55 
1.50 
11.40 
6.25 
1.50 
2.50 
1.85 
3.00 
7.20 
20.00 
38,82 
5.40 
6.37 






















































Burroughs Adding Machine Co., serWces. Auditor's Department 


119.34 


May, 1918. 


t 31.70 
4.71 
7.86 
2.25 
28.00 
11.66 
30.00 
11.00 
8.35 
,50 
8.85 










Capitol Drug Store, soap, Auditor's Department 

H. Mahler's Sons, repairing seal. Insurance Department 

Oak City Steam Laundry, laundry. Administration Building 

Frederick Disinfectant Co. disinfectant, Capitol 


















144.88 


June, 1918. 


i 7.50 
5.40 
9.25 
4.00 
7.50 

18.00 
1.75 
6.00 

11.50 
2.00 
.60 
5.13 

11.00 
1.75 
.84 
4.25 
2.00 

25.00 














Felt & Tarrant Mfg. Co., case for comptometer. Auditor's Dept 








Hudson-Belk Co.. towels. Treasury Dept, and Capitol Building 








H. T. Hicks Co., cleaning powder. State Departments Building 
















The Rough Notes Co., Vol. 30. Insurance Digest, Insurance Dept 

National Education Association, dues. Dept. Public Instruction 

Standard Envelope Sealer Mfg. Co., sealer, Dept, Labor and Printing. 


123.47 



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Statement E — Continued. 



COXTIXGENCIES — Continued. 
July, 1918. 


S 1.50 
3.00 
3.45 
1.50 
4.18 
5.15 
4.91 
2.00 
5.04 
7.50 




















W. T. Terry, rubber stamps and supplies. Corporation Commission 


















S 38.23 


August, 1918. 


S 18.45 
11.23 
9.35 
.25 
1.50 
2.21 
2.00 
2.28 
2.00 
.75 
2.55 
39.00 
3.94 














Jolly & Wynne Jewelry Co.. repairing clock, Dept. Public Instruction. 


































95.51 


September, 1918. 


$ 2.00 
1.25 
.35 
6.00 
1.80 
1.25 
29.72 
2.43 
1.26 
2.00 
17.50 






T. F. Brockwell, key, Capitol 






































65.56 


October, 1918. 


t 15.45 
1.50 
2.65 
2.17 
4.65 
4.17 
2.50 
4.61 
5.00 
5.40 
7.50 
2.80 






























Davidson Publishing Co., Blue Book. Dept. Labor and Printing 




Raleigh Telephone Co.. telephone bracket. Executive Department 






J8.40 


November. 1918. 
H. T. Uirks Co.. soap. .State Departments Building 


$ 7.50 
1.50 
1.55 
6.00 










W. B. .Mann & Co., matches. Capitol.. 





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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



CONTINGENCIES— continued. 
November. 1918. 

Model Laundry, laundry, State Departments Building 

Hill Directory Co., Raleigh Directories, several departments 

Davidson Publishing Co., Textile Blue Book, Dept. Labor and Printing 

Efird's Department Store, towels, State Departments Building 

Hill Directory Co., directory. Dept. Public Instruction 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps. Adjutant General 

Baker-Thompson Lumber Co., State Highway Commission- 

T. F. Brockwell, opening desk, Treasury Department... 

Total - 

CONVICTS. 

Paid sheriffs mileage and per diem for bringing convicts to State Prison, 

as follows: 
December, 1917. 

G. T. Mayo, Beaufort County, 3 convicts. 

J. J. Harward, Wake County, 1 convict _ 

J. A. House, Halifax County, 2 convicts 

G. W. Warren, Nash County, 1 convict 

M. G. Taylor, Martin County, 1 convict 

O. W. Hanner, Forsj'th County, 1 convict 

H. M. Rowe, WUson County, 1 convict 

January, 1918. 

J. W. McArtan, Harnett County, I convict 

J. A. Ammons, Graham County, 2 convicts _ 

W. H. Hauser, Forsyth County, 1 convict 

Alex. Moore. Macon County, 2 convicts 

H. G. Bullard, New Hanover County, 1 convict _.■_ 

W. F. Propst, Cabarrus County, 1 convict 

A. W. Taylor, Lenoir County, 1 convict .__ 

B. F. Bray. Perquimans County, I convict... 

A. R. Williams, Rockingham County, 2 convicts 

T. E. Revis, Buncombe County, 1 convict 

February, 1918. 

W. J. Weatherly, Guilford County, 2 convicts 

M. P. Alexander, Iredell County, 1 convict 

H. H. McGeachy, Cumberland County, 1 convict 

P. P. Patterson, Mecklenburg County, 1 convict 

R. E. Griffith, Union County, 1 convict 

Charles Reid. Pasquotank County. 1 convict ._ 

B. K. Barnett, Person County, 2 convicts , 

H. H. Sigmon, Catawba County, 1 convict 

S. C. Hobgood, Granville County, 2 convicts 

March, 1918. 

J. F. Harward. Durham County, 5 convicts.. 

P. A. Healan, Caldwell County, 1 convict.. 

W. F, Grimes, Johnston County, 2 convicts.. 

M. L. Birchfield. Swain County, 1 convict 

A. J. Pate. Cumberland County. 1 convict 

J. J. Harward, Wake County, 2 convicts 



% 


5.40 




36.00 




5.00 




8.60 




6.00 




3.50 




9.77 




1.00 



28.19 
2.75 
23.11 
15.00 
17.41 
16.41 



10.95 
67.70 
15.06 
56.60 
20.18 
20.98 
16.95 
27.33 
42.56 
32.45 



18.26 
41.25 
13.42 
18.48 
19.75 
30.77 
20.76 
25.36 
15.48 



18.70 
31.09 
13.50 
39.39 
10.41 
4.50 



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Statement E — Continued. 



CONVICTB — continued. 
April. 1918. 

W. D. Lackey. Cleveland County. 3 convicts 

W. L. Burkhimer. New Hanover County. 1 convict.. 

I. T. Lamb, Sampson County. 1 convict 

T. B. Sraathers. For3>'th County, 1 convict 

T. C. Blaylock, Stanly County. 1 con\'ict 

H. L. Joyner. Northampton County. 1 convict _ 

H. D, Baldwin. Richmond County. 1 convict ._ 

Charles Reid Pasquotank County, 1 convict 

J. A. Hutchins. Granville County. 2 convicts 

B. F. Bray. Perquimans County. 1 convict... 

J. O. Amnions. Columbus County. 1 convict 

L. B. Cockman. Hoke County. 1 convict 

J. E. C. Bird. Vance County. 1 convict 

May, 1918. 

N. C. Warren. Nash County. 2 convicts 

W. F. Propst. Cabarrus County. 2 convicts _ 

W. D. McLaurin. Scotland County, 1 convict 

S. G. Gunter. Chatham County. 1 convict.. 

P. J. Manly, Rutherford County, 1 convict 

J. W. Martan, Harnett County, 3 convicts 

J. R. Proctor, Beaufort County, 3 convicts 

M. P. .Meiander, Iredell County, 2 convicts 

J. R. Proctor. Beaufort County. 2 convicts 

H. M. Rowe, Wilson County, 6 convicts 

June, 1918. 

A. J. Pate. Cumberland County. 3 convicts 

A. N. Taylor. Lenoir County. 1 convict 

L T. Lamb. Sampson County. 2 convicts 

H. D. Taylor, Martin County. 3 convicts 

T. M. Cryser, Wilkes County, 1 convict.... 

W. J. Weatherly, Guilford County. 7 convicts 

R. L. Harper. New Hanover County. 2 convicts 

July, 1918. 

G. D. Blalock. Stanly County. 3 convicts 

G. W. Stuart. Montgomery County. 1 convict 

E. M. Mitchell. Buncombe County, 1 convict 

J. J. Harward, Wake County. 2 convicts. 

H. D. Baldwin. Richmond County. 4 convicts 

C. U. Latham. ,\she County, 1 convict... 

H. H. Sigmon, Catawba County, 2 convicts 

G. G. Best, Duplin County, 1 convict 

August, 1918. 

J. J. Harward, Wake County, 1 convict 

.John H. Prico, Sampson County, 2 convicts 

IL L. Joyner, Northampton County, I convict 

T. B. Smothers. Forsj-th County. 3 convicts 

N. ,S. Thompson, Person County, 2 convicts 

Z. B. Griffin, Union County, 1 convict 

W. F. Grimes. .lohnston Countv. 1 convict 

J. M. Clark. Bladen County. 1 convict.... 

John Burleson. Macon County. 2 convicts 

J. E. Zachary. Yadkin County. 1 convict 

J. O. Amnions, Columbus County, 3 convicta 



60.25 
22.08 
18.31 
17.91 
22.06 
20.30 
15.75 
31.60 
23.92 
27.02 
23.73 
14.40 



19.46 
25.39 
16.50 
7.42 
37.36 
12.80 
51.03 
45.12 
.32.52 
21.70 



21.11 
16.60 
27.08 
44.83 
26.91 
37.51 
50,54 



47,13 
17.54 
39.89 
5.00 
35.24 
38.93 
56.28 
21.62 



3.00 
32.44 

20.04 : 

26.90 ' 
17.76 
21.18 
7.85 
34.30 



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Statement E — Continued. 



coNvicTfl — continued, 
September, 1918. 

W. L. Patrick, Pitt County. 3 convicts 

Thad Howell, Wayne County, 1 convict 

T. H. Smitli, Craven County, 2 convicts 

R. E. Flora, Currituck County, 1 convict 

J. S. Hargett, Jones County, 6 convicts— 

C. C. Willis, Buncombe County, 5 convicts 

J. I. Williams, Rowan County, 1 convict 

J. H. Page, Martin County, 3 convicts. 

W. D. Woodruff, Wilkes County, 2 convicts 

J. A. Triplett, Caldwell County, 2 convicts 

R. B. Hyatt, Edgecombe County, 1 convict... 

T. C. Sparrow, Orange County, 1 convict 

W. J. Weatherly, Guilford County, 2 convicts.. 

O, W. Hanner, Forsj-th County, 1 convict 

J. W. McArtan, Harnett County, 1 convict 



27.79 
8.93 
39.21 
35.05 
56.70 
106.47 
20.09 
28.62 
32.39 
37.99 
16.25 
6.20 
14.14 
17.83 
6.90 



October, 1918. 

J. J. Harward, Wake County, 1 convict 

W. H, Houser, Forsyth County, 3 convicts — 
W. J. Weatherly, Guilford County, 1 convict.. 



3.00 
37.67 
11.98 



November, 1918. 
T. L. Murray, Pender County, 1 convict 

W. C. Ellington, Warren County, 2 convicts.. 

J. P. Feezor, Buncombe County, 1 convict 

S. C. Hobgood, Granville County. 1 convict 

R. L. Rankin, Rowan County, 1 convict.. 

N. H. McGeachey, Cumberland County, 2 convicts 

G. T. Mayo, deputy sheriff, Beaufort County, 2 convicts. 



18.68 
22.06 
37.30 
11.00 
22.04 
23.42 
22.75 



CO-OPERATIVE PURCHASING COMMITTEE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 



December, 1917. 

Citiaens National Bank, rent and lights 



March, 1918. 

Citizens National Bank, office rent- 



June, 1918. 

Citizens National Bank, office rent- 



October, 1918. 

Citizens National Bank, office lent.. 



CULLOWHEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
J. N. Wilson, bursar, appropriation for support 



March, 1918. 

J, N. Wilson, bu 



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Statement E — Continued. 



CULLOWHEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. — Continued. 

June, 1918. 
J. N. Wilson, bursar, appropriation 

October, 1918. 
J. N. Wilson, bursar, appropriation , , 

Total _ 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 



Paid on above account as foHov 
December, 1917. 
J. V. Joyner. Superintendent, salary. December.. 

W. H. Pittman, chief clerk, salary, December 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, December 




January, 1918. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, January,. 

W. H. Pittman, chief clerk, salary, January 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary. January 



February, 1918. 

J. V. Joyner, Superintendent salary, February.. 

W. H. Pittman, chief clerk, salary, February 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, February 



March, 1318. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, March.. 

W. H. Pittman, chief clerk, salary, March 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, March — 



April, 1918. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, April.. 

W. H. Pittman, chief clerk, salary, April 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, April — 



May. 1918. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary. May.. 

W. H. Pittman. chief clerk, salary. May 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary. May 



June, 1918. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, Jun( 
W. U. Pittman, chief clerk, salary, June... 
Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, June.. 



July. 1918. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, July.. 

W. H. Pittman, chief clerk, salary. July 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary July 



August. 1918. 
J. Y. J'jyner, Superintendent, salary, August., 

W. li. Pittman. chief clerk, salary, August 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, August 



S 2,800.00 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — COntitlued. 

September, 1913. 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, September 

W. H. Pittman. chief clerli, salary, September 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary. September. _ ___ 

October, 1918, 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, October 

W. H. Pittman, chief clerk salary, October 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary. October 

November, 1918. 

J. Y. Joyner. Superintendent, salary, November 

W. H. Pittman, chief clerk, salary, November... __. 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, November 

Total 

DEPART.MENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, CONTINGENCIES. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917, 
J. Y. Joyner, expense account 

Febiuary, 1918. 
J. Y. Joyner, expense account 

March, 1918. 
J. Y. Joyner, expense account 

April, 1918. 
J. Y. Joyner, expense account 

May, 1918. 
J. Y. Joyner, expense account 

June, 1913. 

J. Y. Joyner, expense account 

J. Y. Joyner, expense account 

July, 1918. 

J. Y. Joyner, expense account... 

August, 1918. 

J. Y. Joyner. expense account 

September, 1318. 
J. Y. Joyner, expense account 

October, 1918, 
J. Y. Joyner, expense account 

Total 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — BUBAL ENTERTAINMENTS 

Paid on above account as follows; 
December, 1917. 
The Graphoscope Co. supplies 



% 250.00 
166.66 
100.00 



S 250.00 
166.66 
100.00 



$ 250.00 
166.66 
100.00 



{ 37.74 

15.80 



s 


80.27 


i 


41.55 


i 


25.42 


t 


33.77 



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Statement E — Continued. 



DEPARTMEXT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — RURAL ENTERTAINMENTS — continued. 

January, 1918. 

Raleigh Electric Service Co., equipment- -. 

Standard Motor Co. equipment ,. 



Febiuary, 1913. 

L. L. .\Iatthe 



s, filn 




March. 1918. 
Hiileigh Electric Service Co., supplies. 

W. C. Crosby, supplies 

Carolina Garage, supplies. 

Standard Motor Co., supplies 

W. C. Crosby, supplies and. expenses.. 



April. 1918. 
Edna Coyne, work on machine 

Standard Motor Co.. two Ford cars and atta 
Raleigh Electric Service Co., supplies 



Raleigh I 



and Realty Co 



May, 1918. 

W. C. Crosby, expenses 

Edna Coyne, clerical serWces 

Raleigh Electric Service Co., furnishing outfit.. 

W. C. Crosby, expenses 

Boylan-Pearce Co., supplies 

Raleigh Electric Service Co., suppUes.- 

Atlas Educational Film Co.. supplies 

Atlas Educational Film Co., supplies 



June, 1918. 

Sibel & Co., supplies 

W. C. Crosby, expenses 

Raleigh Electric Service Co., supphea 

Edna Coyne, work 

Boylan-Pearce Co., screens 

Raleigh Insurance and Realty Co., insurance < 

Motor Service Co., gasoline and oil 

Standard Motor Co., two Fords and supplies.. 



1 Outfits 6 and 6.. 



July, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, auto licenses., 

Edna Coyne, services. - 

W. C. Crosby, expenses 



August, 1918. 
T. F. Brockwell, repairs to machine... 

Motor Service Co., supplies 

W. C. Crosby, expenses 

T. F. Brockwell, services.... 

Edna Coyne, services 

.Mlas Educational Film Co., supplies.. 
\V. C. Crosby, expenses 



September. 1918. 

Edna Coyne, services 

Raleigh Electric Service Co., service and supplies.. 
W. C, Crosby, services and expenses 



466.00 
48.87 
13.11 
19.05 
54.43 



i 10.00 

1,428.24 

149.77 

70.00 



92.32 
10.00 
42.90 
31.68 
25.85 
494.89 
1,097.50 
1,202.50 



7.50 
29.55 
101.24 
10.00 
3.10 
35.00 
2.65 
1.474.24 



25.00 
10.00 
56.53 



1.50 
7.40 

34.12 
2,95 

10.00 
1,382.50 

86.65 



10.00 
186.91 
58.30 



232 



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Statement E — Co7itinued. 



DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — RURAL ENTERTAINMENTS — Continued. 

October, 1918. 

Boylan-Pearce Co., supplies 

Edna Coyne, services ■- 

Motor Ser\'ice Co., supplies 

Atlas Educational Film Co.. films , 

November, 1918. 

Edna Coyne, services 

Windsor Auto Co., supplies 

Standard Motor Co., supplies 

Raleigh Electric Service Co., supplies _ 

Total - 

EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS TR.UNING SCHOOL. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
J. B. Spilman, bursar, appropriation for support 

March, 1918. 
J. B. Spilman, bursar, appropriation for support 

May, 1918. 
J. B. Spilman, bursar, appropriation for support __ 

June, 1918. 
J. B. Spilman, bursar, appropriation for support 

August, 1918. 
J. B. Spilman, bursar, appropriation for support 

Total --- -- 

ELKIN AND ALLEGHANY RAILROAD CO. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
October, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, shares stock. State Prison. _. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

T. W. Bickett, Governor, salary, December -. 

Santford Martin, private secretary, salary, December 

Mrs. H. S. Gay, executive secretary, salary, December 

M. C. Turner, executive clerk, salary, December - 

January, 1918. 

T. W. Bickett, Governor, salary, January.. 

Santford Martin, private secretary, salary, January 

Mrs. H. S. Gay, executive secretary, salary, January 

M. C. Turner, executive clerk, salary, January 



t 


20.00 




10.00 




4.71 




1,013.41 


i 


10.00 




64.90 




1,479.26 




107.10 



.5 10,000.00 



$ 


591.74 




208.37 




100.00 




100.00 


t 


591.66 




208.33 




100.00 




100.00 



( 19,200.00 



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233 



Statement E — Continued. 



EXECUTIVE DEPABTMENT — continued, 

February, 1918. 

T. W. Bickett, Governor, salary. February 

8antford Martin, private secretary, salary. February... 
Mrs. H. S. Gay. executive secretary, salary. February.. 
M. C. Turner, executive clerk, salary, February. 



591.66 
208.33 
100.00 
100.00 



March, 1918. 

T. W. Bickett. Governor, salary, March. 

Santford Martin, private secretary, salary, March... 
Mrs. H. S. Gay. executive secretary, salary. March.. 
M. C. Turner, executive clerk, salary. March 



591.66 
208.33 
100.00 
100.00 



Apiil, 1918. 
T. W. Bickett. Governor, salary. April 

Santford Martin, private secretary, salary. April... 
Mrs. H. S. Gay, executive secretary, salary. April.. 
M. C. Turner, executive clerk, salary, .\pril 



591.66 
208.33 
100.00 
100.00 



May. 1918. 
T. W. Bickett. Governor, salary. May 

.Santford Martin, private secretary, salary. May.. 
Mrs. H. S. Gay. executive secretary, salary. May. 
M. C. Turner, executive clerk, salary. May 



591.66 
208.33 
100.00 
100.00 



June, 1918. 

T. VV. Bickett. Governor, salary. June 

Santford Martin, private secretary, salary. Jun 
Mrs. H. S. Gay. executive secretary, salary. Ju 
M. C. Turner, executive clerk, salary. June 



591.66 
208.33 
100.00 
100.00 



July, 1918. 

T. W. Bickett. Governor, salary. July.. 

Santford Martin, private secretary, salary. July... 
Mrs. H. S. Gay, executive secretary, salary, July.. 
M. C. Turner, executive clerk, salary. July — 



S 591.66 

208.33 I 
100.00 I 
100.00 : 



August, 1918. 

T. W. Bickett. Governor, salary. August 

Santford Martin, private secretary, salary, .\ugust... 
Mrs. H. S. Gay. executive secretary, salary. August. 
M. C. Turner, executive clerk, salary. August 



September, 1918. 

T. W. Bickett. Governor, salary. September 

Santford Martin, private secretary, salary, September... 
Mrs. II. R. Gay. executive secretary, salary, September.. 
Miss M. C Turner, executive clerk, salary. September... 



S 591.66 
208. .33 
100.00 I 
100.00 



591.66 
208.33 
100.00 
100.00 



October, 1918, 

T. W. Bickett. Governor, salary, October 

.Santford Martin, private secretary, salary, October... 
Mrs. H. S. Gay, executive secretary, salary. October.. 
Miss M. C. Turner, executive clerk, salary. October... 



t 591.66 
208.33 
100.00 
100.00 



November, 1918. 

T. W. Bickett. Governor, salary. November 

Santford Martin, private secretary, salary. November... 
Mrs. H. S. Gay, executive secretary, salary. November.. 
Miss M. C. Turner, executive clerk, salary. November... 



$ 591.66 
208.33 
100.00 
100.00 



234 



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Statement E — Continued. 



FARM-LIFE SCHOOLS. 

Paid county treasurers as follows: 
March, 1918. 

John C. Bell. Bertie County, for Aulander _ _ 

W. A. Reinhart, Catawba County, for Startown 

B. B. Hurst, Craven County, for Vanceboro 

S. Bowling, Durham County, for Lowes Grove and Parrish 

Carl Finger. Gaston County, for Dallas.. 

G. H. McKinney. Guilford County, for Guilford County , 

A. M. Shaw, Harnett County, foi Lillington 

R, F. Rives, Iredell County, for Harmony 

Page Trust Co., Moore County, for Sand Hills , 

J. N. Taylor, Nash County, for Red Oak , 

J. C. Eesler, Rowan County, for China Grove.. 

First National Bank, Henderson County, for Middleburg.. — 

L. D. Stephenson, Wake County, for Gary andWakelon.. 

Branch Banking and Trust Co., Wilson County, for Rock Ridge 

May. 1918. 

Merchants National Bank. Forsj^th County, for Clemmons.. 

The National Bank of Lumberton, Robeson County, for Philadelphi 
Farmers Bank of Woodland, Northampton County, for Rich Squar 

June, 1918. 
J. W. Stinson, Mecklenburg County, for Pineville 



Total.. 



S 1,500.00 
1,500.00 
2,500.00 
2,500.00 
2,500.00 
2,500.00 
1,500.00 
1,500.00 
2,500.00 
2,500.00 
2,500.00 
1,800.00 
2,500.00 
1,250.00 



FISHERIES COMMlBaiON BO.\RD. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, collections. 

February, 1918. 

H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, collections 

H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, collections 

April, 1918. 
H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, collections 

May, 1918. 
H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, collections.. 

June, 1918, 
H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, collections 

July, 1918. 
H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, appropriation for support, 1918. 
H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, collections... 

August, 1918. 
H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, collections 

October, 1918. 
H. L. Gibbs. commissioner, collections... 

November, 1918. 

H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, collections 

Total.. 



S 29,050.00 



$ 1.200.00 
1.500.00 
1,750.00 



6,000,00 
3,256.00 



10,000.00 
4,773.40 



1919] 



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235 



Statement E — Continued. 



FREIGHT, EXPRESS, AND DRATAOE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

J. Bryan Grimes, drayage. State Department 

Southern Express Co.. charges, several departments 

Southern Railway Co.. freight on stationery. State Department.. 
J. Bryan Grimes, drayage tickets 



Department ' $ 



January, 1918. 
James Stewart, hauling, I 

Joe Mordecai, drayage 

M. J. Redic, hauling freight, Capitol 

Southern Railway Co., freight, Capitol -- 

February, 1918, 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage. State Department.. 

Southern Express Co., charges, several departments 

Joe Mordecai, drayage on supplies, Capitol 

J. Bryan Grimes, drayage. State Department 



March, 1918. 
Norfolk Southern Railroad Co.. freight on military supplie 

Southern Express Co., charges, several departments 

Joe Mordecai, freight on supplies, public buildings 



April, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage tickets 

Joe Mordecai, freight and drayage 

J. E. Leathers, hauling. Adjutant General's Department 

Southern Railway Co.. freight on supplies, .\djutant General 

Joe Mordecai. freight on supplies. Capitol 

Southern Railway Co., freight on supplies, several departments.. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, drayage tickets 



May, 1918. 

Joe Mordecai, freight and drayage, supplies, Capitol.- 

Southern Express Co., express, several departments 

Jake Merritt. hauling reports. Auditor's Department 

Seaboard .\ir Line Ry. Co., freight, military supplies 

Southern Railway Co.. freight on supplies, arsenal 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co.. freight on military supplie 



June, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage tickets.. 
Southern Express Co., charges, several departments.. 



July, 1918. 
Norfolk Southern R. R. Co.. freight on supplif 

H. M. Olive, hauUng, Capitol. 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, drayage.. 



veral departments. $ 



12,00 

134.36 

3.24 

10.75 



0.35 
1.50 



2.00 
87.25 
1.00 



1.22 
58.17 
5.42 



13.00 
4.27 
2.50 
2.62 
1.24 

18.24 
8.50 



1.43 
260.33 



8.50 
61.59 



3.00 
1,25 



August. 1918. 
Southern Railway Co., freight. Adjutant General's Department... 

Southern Express Co., charges, several departments 

Joe Mordecai, freight and drayage. State Departments Building.. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage. State Department.. 



September, 1918. 
Joe Mordecai, drayage, Capitol., 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



FREIGHT, EXPRESS, AND DRAYAQE — Continued. 

October, 1918 

Southern Railway Co., freight on military supplies,,. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co.. freight on military supplies 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage, State Department,. 

Southern Express Co., charges, several departments 

Joe Mordecai, hauling, Capitol,, _ 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, hauling, State Department,. 




November, 1918. 
Southern Express Co., charges, several departments.. 
Seaboard Air Line Ry., freight on military suppUes-- 
H. M. Olive, hauling. Adjutant General 



FUEL. LIGHTS, AND W.\TER. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

Powell & Powell, coal. Central Heating Plant 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, several departments,. 
George Brown, hauling wood. Central Heating Plant 



January, 1918. 

Powell & Powel coal, etc.. Central Heating Plant 

Johnson & Johnson, coal and ice, several departments 

A. L. Maynard, wood, Capitol 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc., several departments,. 

Raleigh Water Dep.artment, water, several departments 

A. L. Maynard, cord wood, Capitol 



February, 1918. 

Johnson & Johnson, coal. Central Heating Plant 

J. C. Davis, wood. Central Heating Plant 

Powell & Powell Co., coal and ice 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments 

W. A. Thomas, wood 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc., several departments,. 

March, 1918. 

Powell & Powell, coal and ice, several departments 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, several departments 



April, 1918. 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal. Central Heating Plant 

Powell & Powell Co., coal and ice., , , 

City of R.aleigh, water rent, several departments 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc., -several departments.. 
N. L. Broughton, water, several departments 



May, 1913. 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc., several departments. 

June, 1918. 
Powell & Powell Co.. ice. Capitol Building 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, several departments ,- 



213.75 
10.14 
15.00 



$ 884.57 

217.22 

1.00 



849.98 
39.25 

7.50 
282.60 
204.33 

7.50 



136.43 
33.25 
1,165.88 
63.30 
7.25 
241.13 



699.00 I 
79.69 I 
237.77 I 



155.63 
444.95 
70.31 
189. 89 
150.00 



S 112.14 
193.22 



53.40 
199. 83 



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237 



Statement E — Continued. 



FUEL, LIGHTS. AND WATER — Continued. 
July. 1918. 

Powell & Powell, coal, Central Heating Plant 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights, etc., several departments,. 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments 

X. L. Broughton, water ticket books 



August, 1918. 

Powell & Powell, coal. Central Heating Plant... t 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. service, lights, State buildings ... 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments 



September. 1918. 

Powell & Powell, coal. Central Heating Plant 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, several departments.. 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. coal. Central Heating Plant 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. coal. Central Heating Plant. 



October. 1918. 
Powell A- Powell, ice. Capitol 

Powell & Powell, coal, Central Heating Plant 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights, several departments.. 
C. E. Horton. hauling coal. Central Heating Plant 



rfiOM JUSTICE. 

Paid on above account as follows; 
December, 1917. 
A. T. DeLap. expenses bringing C. C. Fritts from Michigan. $ 96.00 



January, 1918. 

J. M. Jvendrick. bringing Jake Cant fr< 



June, 1918. 
News and Observer Publishing Co.. publishing notice of reward for 
P. Grant ! $ 



July, 1918. 
J. Frank Sparger, agent, expenses bringing John Law from Virginia... $ 39.30 



220. 66 
819.00 
423.88 



42.00 
1,635.38 
179.27 
172.58 
24.00 



1 South Carolina .1 S 42.10 



November, 1918. I 

W. O. Crocker, water ticket books several departments [ $ 150.00 

C. E. Horton. hauling coal. Central Heating Plant. 12.00 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments 108.15 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, several departments 181.59 

C. E. Horton, hauling coal. Central Heating Plant 16.00 

C. E. Horton. hauling coal, Central Heating Plant 8.00 



February. 1918, 

T. H. Walls, expenses bringing Lon Edwards from Pennsylvania $ 71.14 j 

News and Observer Publishing Co.. publishing 5 notices of reward I 25.00 

D. B. Stafford, sheriff, expenses bringing Square Brown from Virginia..! 38.33 [ 

Robesonian Publishing Co.. publishing notice of reward 1 3.00 J 

FayetteWlle Obser\'er Co.. publishing notice of reward i 3.00 i 



238 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE — Continued. 
August, 1918. 

J. T. Dwyer, expenses bringing Willie Nagler from Mississippi 

L. D. Farrow, expenses bringing A. Roberts and D. Russell from Va._. 

September, 1918. 

Alexander Clark, expenses bringing Sudratb from Wisconsin 

Town of Reidsville, reward for arrest of Pink Perkins and Charles 
Smithey 

News and Observer Publishing Co., publishing notice of reward 



Octotier, 1918, 

R. L. Honeycutt, expenses bringing J. S. Schwartz from Virginia.. 



November, 1918. 

U. G. Belton, expenses bringing Thomas Hiatt from Virgil 



GASOLINE INSPECTION FUND. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 



January, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 

February, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 

March, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 

April, 1918. 

B. U. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax,. 

May, 1918. 
B. U. Lacy Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 

June, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 

July, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio stamp tax.. 
B. R. Lacj% Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 



August, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 

September, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 

October, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 



$ 127.70 

63.16 



75.00 
6.00 





3,626.55 




5,610.20 




2,019.41 




8,658.15 


$> 


6.532.93 




9,509.29 
84.24 




4,764.87 
367.34 




1.377.87 




19,804.70 




6,487.07 
3,045.19 



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239 



Statement E — Continued. 



November, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex offirio. stamp tax 


S 


6,937.16 




6,937.16 




$ 


24.06 


Total... 




84,086.95 






GE.N-ERAL ASSEMBLY. CO.VTISGENaEB. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
July, 1918. 








24.06 




$ 


3,958.08 


HOG-CHOLEHA SERUM. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 19)7. 








3, 958. OS 


March, 1918, 


t 


936.70 




936.70 


May, 1918. 


i 


89.90 




89.90 




$ 


1,967.96 


Total 










INDIGENT Pt7PILS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
X. C. School for the Deaf, account 1917-1918. 








1,967.96 


January, 1918, 


s 


6,162.90 




6.162.90 
150. SO 


May, 1918. 
E, McK. Goodwin, superintendent, indigent pupils expense 


$ 


150.80 


June, 1918. 


t 


31.00 




.31.00 




t 


30.00 


Total 




8 312.66 






INHEBITANCE TAX REFUND. 

Paid on above account aa follows: 
December. 1917. 








.30.00 


January, 1918. 


t 


148,01 




118.01 


March. 1918. 
A. W. Brown, commissions on taxes collected 


% 


23.58 




23.58 



240 



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Statement E — Continued. 



INHERITANCE TAX REFUND— fO^firiUerf. 

April, 1918. 




41.91 






t 41.91 


May, 1918. 




334.19 
74.32 








408.51 


June, 1918. 




270.18 




270.18 


July. 1918. 




103.01 




103.01 


August, 1918. 




63.95 




63.95 


September, 1918. 




535.50 




535.50 


October. 1918. 




129.26 
150. 14 








279.40 


November, 1918. 




491.16 




491.16 




1 


112.50 
180.00 
50.00 

50.00 
50.00 
60.00 
50.00 
40.00 
30.00 
100.00 
160.00 
28.00 
160.00 
40.00 


Total 


i 2,395.21 






INSURANCE ON STATE PROPERTY. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1918. 
Durham Realty and Insurance Co., premium, Univ. of N. C- -- 




Guilford Insurance and Realty Co., premium. Normal, Greensboro 

Carolina Real Estate and Investment Co., premium. Normal, Greens- 
















Culpepper, Griffin, Old & Grice Co., premium. Normal, Elizabeth City. 




C. L. Wilkinson, premium. East Carolina Teachers Training School. -. 


















$ 1,110.50 


March, 1918. 

Goldsboro Insurance and Realty Co., premium. Hospital, Goldsboro.. 


t 


40.00 
100.00 
40.00 
28.00 
80.00 
150.00 
100.00 
100.00 
160,00 

178.40 










Mosely Brothers, premium, East Carolina Teachers Training School— - 

H. A. White, premium. East Carolina Teachers Training School 

C. L. Wilkinson, premium. East Carolina Teachers Training School.— 




Aberdeen Realty and Insurance Co., premium, Tuberculosis Sana 

Union Trust Co., premium. Tuberculosis Sanatorium and A. and E. 






976.40 



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241 



Statement E — Continued. 



INSURANCE ON STATE PROPERTT— cond'nuerf. 






April. 1918. 






Union Trust Co.. insurance on State property 


t 296.00 






200.00 






120.00 








$ 016.00 


June, 1918. 






Grimes & Vass. premium, State Departments Building and A. and E. 






Collese — - - 


$ 109.00 




Raleigh Insurance and Realty Co., premium, State Departments Build- 




ing and X. and E. College 


134.00 




Union Trust Co., premium. State Departments Building 


340.00 






10.00 




Goldsboro Insurance and Realty Co., premium. Hospital, Goldsboro.. 


100.00 




Walters Durham, premium, .State Departments Building 


OS. 00 




J. S. Fulghum, premium. State Departments Building 


51.00 






102.00 






119.00 






OS. 00 




The Parker-Hunter Realty Co.. premium. State Departments Bldg.... 


119.00 


1,220.00 


July, 1918. 




Union Trust Co.. premium, .\. and E. College 


$ SO. 00 




B. G. Cowper & Son, premium, A. and E. College 


80.00 




Parker-Hunter Realty Co., premium. .\. and E. College 


SO. 00 






22. SO 






50.00 






50.00 






,W.0O 






SO. 00 




Hickory Insurance and Realty Co., premium. Hospital Jlorganton 


50.00 


543.40 






August, 1918. 






Hickory Insurance and Realty Co., premium. Hospital. Morganton... 


i 410.00 






32.00 




Raleigh Insurance and Realty Co., premium, \. and E. College 


24.00 












140.00 




W. W. .Smith & Son. premium. A. and E. College 


24.00 












200.00 




G. & M. Haithcoek, premium. State Hospital, Morganton 


100.00 






100.00 




Miller. Robins & Weill, premium. Hospital. Morganton 


50.00 




Clayton Giles & Son, premium. Hospital, Morganton 


100.00 




W. A. Harbison, premium. Hospital. Morganton 


5.50.00 




Southern Real Estate Co., premium, .State N. and I. College 


50.00 






50.00 




Carolina Real Estate and Investment Co., premium, .State N. and I. 








25.00 




L. G. Cole, premium. State N'. and I. College 


100.00 


2,175.00 






September, 1918. 






E.lgar H. Hain. premium. Hospital. Goldsboro..: :... 


% 40,00 


40.00 


November, 1918. 






t 100.00 










Durham Realty and Insurance Co.. premium. University 


90.00 




Thomas Griffith & Co., premium. University 


90.00 





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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



INSURANCE ON STATE PROPERTY— CO nil 71 Ucd. 

November, 1918. 


S 82.50 
52.60 
48.00 
21.09 
63.12 
62.50 
32.00 
140.00 
340.00 

98.00 
380.00 
130.00 

80.00 
300.00 

80.00 

90.00 
300.00 

31.54 
200.00 
200.00 

78.70 

78.88 
110.03 




The Insurance Service Co., premium, Colored Normal, Winston-Salem 












Wachovia Bank an Trust Co., premium. State N. and I. College 

W W Smith & Son premium. State College A. and E 




B. G. Cowper & Son, premium, A. and E. College, D. and D. Inst 

Union Trust Co., premium. Colored D. and D. Inst 

Raleigh Insurance and Realty Co.. premium, A. and E., and Colored 




J. C. Allison & Co.. premium, A. and E. College and D. and D. Inst.. 
























Banks-Richardson Co., premium, N. and I. College.. 

Durham Realty and Insurance Co., premium. Hospital, Morganton,.. 
Insurance Department of City Bank, premium. Hospital, Morganton . 
Carohna Real Estate and Investment Co., premium, N. and I. College 




Guilford Insurance and Realty Co., premium, N. and I. College.. 


t 3,349.86 




t 720.00 


Total 


$ 10,031.16 






INTEREST ACCOtTNT, 4 PER CENT. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file 


t 720.00 


January, 1918. 


i 107,170.00 




170,170.00 


February, 1918. 


t 17,800.00 




17.800.00 
1,623.00 


March, 1918. 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file. 


S 1,623.00 


April, 1918. 


$ 2,486.00 




2,486.00 


May, 1918. 


t 3.848.00 




3,848.00 

820.00 

108.426.00 

10,536.00 


June. 1918. 

Certificate from State Treasurer on file 


t 820.00 


July, 1918. 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file.- 


$ 108,426.00 


August, 1918. 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file 


t 10.536.00 



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243 



Statement E— Continued. 



INTEREST ACCOUNT. 4 PER CENT — continued. I 

September. 1918. I 

Certificate from State Treasurer on file i S 6.002.00 

October. 1918. 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file t 2.140.00 

November, 1918. 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file .- i 1.330.00 



INTEREST ACCOUNT, 6 PER CENT. 

Paid GO above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file 

Januaiy, 1918, 
Certifi<'ate from State Treasurer on file 

P 

February, 1918. 
Certificate front .State Treasurer on file 

March. 1918, 
Certificate from .State Treasurer on file 

April, 1918. 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file 

May, 1918. 
Certificate from .State Treasurer on file 

June, 1918. 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file 

July, 1918, 
Certificate from .State Treasurer on file 

August. 1918. 
Certificate from .State Treasurer on file 

September, 1918, 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file - _ 

October, 1918, 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file 



November, 1918. 

Certificate from State Treasurer on file.. 



244 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



INTEREST ACCOUNT. SPECI.^L. 

Paid on above arcount as follows: 
June, 1918. 

The Citizens National Bank, interest on note, National Park Bank ... 

November, 1918. 

The Citizens National Bank, interest on note. National Park Bank.... 
The Citizens National Bank, interest on note. National Park Bank.... 


S 7,500.00 

$ 6,749.92 
2,725.00 


S 7,500.00 
9,474.92 




t 20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
40.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
100.00 
40.00 
20.00 
429.24 
429.24 
429.24 
429.24 
429.24 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 










JUDICIABV. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
























Michael Schenck, attending November term, Transylvania court 

W. D. Siler, attending November term, Wayne court 

G. L, Jones, atteniling November term, Macon court 








J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending November term, Chowan court 




























H. L. Lyon, attending December term. Columbus court 




































G. W. Connor, Judge Second District, salary, December 
































H. P. Lane, Judge Eleventh District, salary, December 








W. F. Harding, Judge Fourteenth District, salary, December 

B. F. Long, Judge Fifteenth District, salary, December 





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245 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICXABT — continued. 
D.cember, 1917. 
J. L. Webb. Judge Sixteenth District, salary. December 

E. B. Cline. Judge Seventeenth District, salary. December , 

M H. Justice. Judge Eighteenth District, salary. December 

F. Carter. Judge Nineteenth District, salary. December 

G. S. Ferguson Judge Twentieth District, salary. December 

J. S. Manning. Attorney-General, salary. December 

R. H. Sykes. Assistant Attorney-General, salary. December 

L. E. Turner, stenographer, salary. December 

R. C. Strong. Supreme Court Reporter, salary, December 

A. L. ElUngton. salary, December 

R. H. Bradley. Marehal and Librarian, salary, December 

M. DeLancey Hay^vood, Assistant Librarian, salary. December.. 



333. .37 

333.37 

333.37 , 

333.37 

333.37 j 

250.00 

125.00 

75.00 
125.00 

50.00 
125.00 

30.00 



January, 1918. 

J. L. Seawell salary, July 1 to January 1... - 

J. L. Seawell. recording proceedings, etc 

G. W. Wilson, attending November term. Mecklenburg court.. 

S. P. Graves, attending December term. Forsyth court ___ 

C. L. Ahernpthy, attending fall term. Jones court 

G. E. Midyette. attending eight terms court 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus. attending two terms court 

H. E. Shaw, attending two terms court 

W. D. Siler. attending January term. Harnett court. __ 

C. L. Abernethy. attending January term. Craven court 

H. E. Sliaw. attending October term, Sampson court 

G. W. Wilson, attending January term. Mecklenburg court 

R. G. Allsbrook, attending January term, Wilson court 

R. L. Huflfrnan, attending January term. Burke Court 

W. D. Siler, attending January term, Chatham court..- 

H. L. Lyon, attending January term. New Hanover court 

W. E. Brock, attending January term, .\nson court 

W. D. Siler, attending January term, Wayne court 

S. B. McLean, attending January term, Hoke court 

W. E. Brock, attending January term, Richmond court 

H. L. Lyon, attending January term, Pender court 

H. E. Norris. attending two terms court 

G. L. Jones, attending January term. Cherokee court 

Ha>^en Clement, attending January term. Cabarrus court 

Walter Clark, Chief Justice salary, January 

W. R. Allen. Associate Justice, salary. January 

P. D. Walker. Associate Justice, salary. January— 

W. A. Hoke. Associate Justice, salary. January 

G. H. Brown. .Associate Justice, salary. January 

W. M. Bond, Judge First District, salary. January 

G. W. Connor. Judge Second District, salary. January 

J. H. Kerr. Judge Third District, salary. January 

F. ,\. Daniels. Judge Fourth District, salary. January 

H. W. Whedbee. Judge Fifth District, salary, January 

O. H. .Allen. Judge Sixth District, salary. January... 

T. H. Calvert. Judge Seventh District, salary. January,.. 

W. P. Stacy. Judge Eighth District, salary. January 

C. C. Lyon. Judge Ninth District, salary. January 

W. .\. Devin, Judge Tenth District, salary, January 

H. P. Lane. Judge Eleventh District, salary. January 

T. J. Shaw. Judge Twelfth District, salary. January 

W. J. Adams. Judge Thirteenth District, salary. January 

W. F. Harding. Judge Fourteenth District, salary. January 

B. F. Long, Judge Fifteenth District, salary. January -- 



150.00 

105.30 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

100.00 

40.00 

40.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 I 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

40.00 

20.00 

20.00 

429.16 

429.16 

429.16 

429.16 

429. 16 

333.33 

333. 33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 



246 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICIARY — contimied. 
January, 1918. 

J. L. Webb, Judge Sixteenth District, salary, January 

E. B. Cline, Judge Seventeenth District, salary, January., 

M. H. Justice, Judge Eighteenth District, salary, January _,_ 

Frank Carter, Judge Nineteenth District, salary, January 

G. S. Ferguson, Judge Twentieth District, salary, January 

J. S. Manning, Attorney-General, salary, January 

R. H. Sykes, Assistant Attorney-General, salary, January 

L. E. Turner, stenographer, salary. January 

R. C. Strong, Supreme Court Reporter, salary, January 

A. L. Ellington, stenographer, salary, January 

R. H. Bradley. Marshal and Librarian, salary, January,- 

M. DeL. Haywood. Assistant Librarian, salary, January 

February, 1918. 

R. L. Huffman, attending January term, Lincoln court 

J. E. Swain, attending January term. Buncombe court 

J. C. Bower, attending January term. Guilford court 

H. E. Shaw, attending January term, Duplin court 

W. E. Brock, attending January term, Moore court 

H. L. Lyon, attending January term, Columbus court 

J. J. Hayes, attending January term, Catawba court 

G. W. Wilson, attending January term. Gaston court 

C. L. Abernethy, attending January term, Pitt court 

S. P. Graves, attending January term, Rockingham court 

S. B. McLean, attending January term, Robeson court 

S. B. McLean, attending February term. Bladen court 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending January term, Perquimans court,, 

R. G. AUsbrook, attending February term, Wilson court 

G. L. Jones, attending February term, Haywood court 

H. E. Shaw, attending February term, Lenoir court 

W. E. Brock, attending January term. Union court 

S. P. Graves, attending February term, Forsyth court 

S. P. Graves, attending February term, Surry court 

G. L. Jones, attending February term. Jackson coxu-t 

W. E. Brock, attending February term, Stanly court 

H. E. Shaw, attending February term, Sampson court 

M. Schenck, attending February term, McDowell court 

G. W. Wilson, attending February term, Mecklenburg court, 

Hayden Clement, attending February term. Rowan cotu-t 

Walter Clark, Chief Justice, salary, February 

W. R. .\llen, Associate Justice, salary. February ,_ 

P. D. Walker, Associate Justice, salary, February 

W. A. Hoke, Associate Justice, salary, February 

G. H. Brown, As,sociate Justice, salary, February 

W. M. Bond, Judge First District, salary, February 

G. W. Connor, Judge Second District, salary, February 

J. H. Kerr, Judge Third District, salary, February, 

F. A. Daniels, Judge Fourth District, salary, February 

H. W. Whedbee. Judge Fifth District, salary, February 

O. H. Allen. Judge Sixth District, salary, February — 

T. H. Calvert, Judge Seventh District, salary, February 

W. P. Stacy, Judge Eighth District, salary. February 

C. C- Lyon, Judge Ninth District, salary, February 

W. A. Devin. Judge Tenth District, salary, February 

H. P. Lane, Judge Eleventh District, salary, February 

T. J. Shaw, Judge Twelfth District, salary, February 

W, J. Adams, Judge Thirteenth District, salary. February 

W. F, Harding, Judge Fourteenth District, salary, February 



333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
250.00 
125.00 

75.00 
125.00 

50.00 
125.00 

30.00 



20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
429. 16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333. 33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 



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247 



Statement E — Continued. 



JT7DICTARY — continued. 
February, 1918. 

B. F. Long, Judge Fifteenth District, salary, February 

J. L. Webb. Judge Sixteenth District, salary, February 

E. B. Cline. Judge Seventeenth District, salary, February — 
M. H. Justice. Judge Eighteenth District, salary, February., 

F. Carter. Judge Nineteenth District, salary. February 

G. S. Ferguson, Judge Twentieth District, salary. February.. 

J. S. Manning. .\ttorney-General, salary. February 

R. H. Sykes. .\ssistant .\ttorney-General. salary. February... 

L. E. Turner, stenographer, salary, February 

R. C. Strong, Supreme Court Reporter, salary, February 

A. L. Ellington, stenographer, salary. February 

R. H. Bradley. Marshal and Librarian, salary, February 

M. DeL. Haywood, .Assistant Librarian, salary, February 



333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

3.33.33 

333.33 i 

2.W.00 

125.00 

75.00 
125.00 

.50.00 



Match, 1918. 

8. P. Graves, attending February term, Rockingham court 

Hayden Clement, attending February term, Da\'ie court 

C. L. .Vbernethy. attending February term. Greene coiu-t 

S. B. McLean, attending February term, Cumberland court 

R. G. .\llsbrook. attending March term. Edgecombe court. 

S. B. McLean, attending January term. Cumberland court 

J. C. Bower, attending February term. Davidson court 

R. L. Huffman, attending February term. Caldwell court 

Michael Schenck, attending March term, Henderson court 

G. L. Jones, attending March term, Swain court 

J. J. Hayes, attending two terms court.. 

J. E. Swain, attending February term. Madison court 

Walter D. Siler. attending March term, Johnston court 

W. E. Brock, attending March term. Scotland court 

H. E. Shaw, attending March term. Onslow court 

Hayden Clement, attending March term, Iredell court 

W. E. Brock, attending March term, .\nson court 

S. B. Mcl.ean. attending February terra, Bladen court. 

Hayden Clement, attending January term, Montgomery court.. 

C. L. .\bernethy, attending March term, Carteret court 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus. attending two terms court 

R. G. .\llsbrook, attending March term, Nash court 

W. E. Brock, attending March term, Richmond court 

Walter D. Siler, attending March term, Chatham court 

H. E. Norris, attending March term. Wake court 

J. E. Swain, attending March term. Buncombe court 

R. L. Huffman, attending March term. Burke court 

J. J. Hayes, attending March term, Wilkes court 

S. P. Graves, attending March term, Forsyth court 

G. L. Jones, attending March term, Graham court 

H. L. Lyon, attending March term. Brunswick court... 

R. G. .\llshrook. attending March term, Martin court 

W. E. Brock, attending February term. Union court 

G. W. Wilson, attending March term, Gaston court 

W. D. Siler, attending March term, Lee court _ 

J. J. Hayes, attending March term, Watauga court 

R. F. Huffman, attending March term. Cleveland court 

Walter Clark. Chief Justice, salary. March.. 

W. R. .Mien. .Associate Justice, salary. March 

P. D. Walker. Associate Justice, salary. March 

W. A. Hoke. Aj^Bociate Justice, salary. March 

G. M. Brown, .■\saociate Justice, salary, March 

W. M. Bond. Judge First District, salary, March 



20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
40.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
40.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
429.16 
429. 16 
429. 16 
429. 16 
429.16 
333.33 



248 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICIA.TLY— continued. 






March, 1918. 






G. W. Connor, Judge Second District, salary. March _ 


S 333.33 




J. H. Kerr, Judge Third District, salary. March 


333.33 






333.33 






333.33 






333.33 












333.33 






333.33 






333.33 






333.33 












333.33 






333. 33 






333.33 






.333. 33 












333 33 






333.33 






333.33 






250.00 












75.00 




R. C. Strong. Supreme Court Reporter, salary, March 


125.00 




A L. Ellington, stenographer, salary, March 


50.00 




R. H. Bradley, Marshal and Librarian, salary, March... 


125.00 




Marshall DeL. Haywood, Assistant Librarian, salary. March 


30.00 


$ 10,372.40 






April. 1918. 






Michael Schenck, attending March term, Yancey court 


t 20.00 






20.00 






20.00 




C. L. Abernethy, attending spring term, Jones court. 


20.00 






20.00 




J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending March term. Chowan court. 


20.00 






25.00 




J. E- Swain, attending March term, Madison court.. 


20.00 




Hayden Clement, attending March term, Randolph court. 


20.00 




"H. L. Lyon, attending March term. New Hanover court. 


20.00 






20.00 




W. E. Brock, attending March term, Stanly court 


20.00 




S. M. Gattis, attending two terms court 


80.00 






20.00 






20.00 




J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending April term. Perquimans court 


20.00 




Michael Schenck. attending April term, Transylvania court 


20.00 




S. B. McLean, attending April term. Hoke court 


20.00 






20.00 


• 




20.00 




H. L. Lyon, attending April term, Columbus court 


20.00 






20.00 






20.00 






40.00 






20.00 






20.00 




C. L. Abernethy. attending April term. Craven court 


20.00 




Walter Clark, Chief Justice, salary, April - 


429. 16 




W. R. Allen, Associate Justice, salary, April 


429. 16 




P. D. Walker, Associate Justice, salary, April 


429.16 





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Xo. 



249 



Statkmkx r E — Continued. 



JVDlcl.KRy—conlin ued. 






April, 1918. 






W. A. Hoke, Associate Justice, salary, April 


S 429.16 




W. M. Bond, Judge First District, salary, April 


333.33 




G. W. Connor, Judge Second District, salary. April 


333.33 




J. H. Kerr. Judge Third District, salary, April. — 


333.33 




G. H. Brown, .Associate Justice, salary. April 


429. 16 




F. A. Daniels. Judge Fourth District, salary, April 


333.33 




H. W. Whcdbee. Judge Fifth District, salary. April- 


333.33 




O. H. Allen. Judge Sixth District, salary. .April 


333.33 






333.. ^3 




W. P. Stacy. Judge Eighth District, salary, April-— 


333.33 




C. C. Lyon. Judge Ninth District, salary. April-- -_ 


333.33 




W. A. Devin. Judge Tenth District, salary, .\pril 


333.33 




H. P. Lane. Judge Eleventh District, salary, April..- 


333.33 




T. J. Shaw. Judge Twelfth District, salary. April 


333.33 




W. J. Adams. Judge Thirteenth District, salary. April 


333.33 




W. F. Harding. Judge Fourteenth District, salary, .\pril 


333.33 




B. F. Long, Judge Fifteenth District, salary, April -. 


333.33 




J. L. Webb, Judge Sixteenth District, salary, April 


333.33 




E. B. Cline. Judge Seventeenth District, salary. April 


333.33 




M. H. Justice, Judge Eighteenth District, salary. April 


333.33 




F. Carter. Judge Nineteenth District, salary. April— 


333.33 




G. S. Ferguson. Judge Twentieth District, salary. April 


333.33 




J. S. Manning. Attorney-General, salary. ,\pril 


2.50.00 




E. H. Sykes. Assistant Attorney-General, salary. April 


125.00 




Eugenia Herring, stenographer, salary. April—- 


75.00 




R. C. Strong. Supreme Court Reporter, salary. April- 


125.00 




A. L. Ellington, stenographer, salary, April 


50.00 




R. H. Bradley. Supreme Court Marshal, salary. .4pril 


125.00 




M. DeL. Haywood. Assistant Librarian, salary. April 


30.00 


$ 10,217.40 






May, 1918. 






S. P. Graves, attending April term, Ashe court 


$ 20.00 




R. G. Allsbrook, attending April term. Nash court - 


20.00 






20.00 






20.00 
20.00 




H. L. Lyon, attending May term. New Hanover court 




S. P. Graves, attending May terra. Alleghany court 


20.00 




Hayden Clement, attending May term, Rowan court 


20.00 




Hayden Clement, attending .\pril term. Cabarrus court - 


20.00 




Johnson J. Hayes attending .\pril term. Avery court - 


20.00 






20.00 
20.00 




C. L. Abernethy. attending .\pril term, Pamlico court 




W. D. SUer. attending May term. Chatham court-.- 


20.00 




S. P. Graves, attending .\pril term, Surry court- 


20.00 




G. L. Jones, attending April term, Macon court 


20.00 




M. Schenck. attending .\pril term. Rutherford court— 


20.00 






20.00 






20.00 
20.00 
20.00 














20.00 
20.00 




J. C. B. Ehringhaus. attending March term. Pasquotank court.- 






83.00 
20.00 




Walter D. Siler, attending May term, Wayne court 






20.00 
20.00 




H. E. Shaw, attending May term. Lenoir court 




Walter Clark. Chief Justice, salary. May.. 


429.16 




W. R. Allen, .\ssociate Justice, salary. May 


429.16 





250 



Document !Pio. 5 



[Session 



Statement E) — Continued. 



jrDlciARY — continued. 
May. 1918. 

P. D. Walker. Associate Justice, salary, May 

W. A. Hoke, Associate Justice, salary. May. 

G. H. Brown, Associate Justice, salary. May 

W. M. Bond, Judge First District, salary. May 

G. W. Connor, Judge Second District, salary. May 

J. H, Kerr, Judge Third District, salary. May ', 

F. A. Daniels, Judge Fourth District, salary. May 

H. W. Whedbce, Judge Fifth District, salary. May 

O, H, Allen, Judge Sixth District, salary. May , 

T. H. Calvert, Judge .Seventh District, salary. May 

W. P. Stacy, Judge Eighth District, salary. May , 

C, C. Lyon, Judge Ninth District, salary. May 

W. A. Devin, Judge Tenth District, salary. May 

H. P. Lane, Judge Eleventh District, salary. May _._ 

T, J, Shaw, Judge Twelfth District, salary. May _.. 

W. J. Adams, Judge Thirteenth District, salary. May— 

W. F, Harding, Judge Fourteenth District, salary. May 

B. F. Long, Judge Fifteenth District, salary. May 

J. L. Webb, Judge Si-xteenth District, salary. May 

E. B. Cline, Judge Seventeenth District, salary. May 

M. H, Justice, Judge Eighteenth District, salary. May 

F. Carter, Judge Nineteenth District, salary. May 

G. S. Ferguson, Judge Twentieth District, salary. May 

J. S, Manning, Attorney-General, salary. May 

R. H. Sykes, Assistant Attorney-General, salary, May 

Eugenia Herring, stenographer, salary. May 

R. C. Strong, Supreme Court Reporter, salary. May 

A. L. Ellington, stenographer, salary. May 

Estate R, H. Bradley, Supreme Court Marshal, salary, May 

M, DeL. Haywood, Marshal and Assistant Librarian, salary, May-, 



429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
333.33 
333. 33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
250.00 
125.00 
75.00 
123.00 
50.00 
83.33 
61.67 



June, 1918. 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus. attending May term. Dare court 

S. M. Gattis, attending five terms of court 

Walter E. Brock, attending May term, Scotland court 

J. C, B. Ehringhaus, attending May term, Washington court.. 

J. E. Swain, attending May term. Buncombe court 

H, L. Lyon, attending June term, Pender court 

R, E. Whitehurst, attending June term. Craven court. ___ 

G. E. Midyette. attending six terms court _ 

R. G. Allsbrook. attending June term, Edgecombe court 

G. W, Wilson, attending June term, Mecklenburg court.. 

John C. Bower, attending May term, Davidson court 

S. B. McLean, attending May term, Cumberland court 

G. W, Wilson, attending May term, Gaston court 

John C. Bower, attending June term, Guilford court 

S. P. Graves, attending May term, Forsyth court 

G. W. Wilson, attending May term, Mecklenburg court 

R, G. Allsbrook, attending June term, Martin court 

J, C. B. Ehringhaus, attending May term, Hyde court. 

Walter Clark, Chief Justice, salary, June 

W, R. Allen, .\ssociate Justice, salary, June 

P. D. Walker, Associate Justice, salary, June .- 

W. A. Hoke, Associate Justice, salary, June 

G, H. Brown, Associate Justice, salary, June 

W. M. Bond, Judge First District, salary, June 

G. W, Connor, Judge Second District, salary, June 

J. H. Kerr, Judge Third District, salary, June 



20.00 
100.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
120.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
429. 16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
333,33 
333,33 
333.33 



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251 



Statement E — Continued. 



jtTDlciART — continued. 
June, 1918. 

F. A. Danipls. Judge Fourth District, salary, June 

H. W. Wliedbee. Judge Fifth District, salary. June 

O. H. Allen, Judge Sirth District, salary, June 

T. H. Calvert, Judge Seventh District, salary, June _ 

W. P. Stacy. Judge Eighth District, salary. June 

C. C. Lyon. Judge Ninth District, salary, June 

W. A, Devin. Judge Tenth District, salary, June... 

H. P, Lane, Judge Eleventh District, salary, June 

T. J. Shaw, Judge Twelfth District, salary, June 

W. J. Adams, Judge Thirteenth District, salary, June 

W. F. Harding, Judge Fourteenth District, salary, June. 

B. F. Long. Judge Fifteenth District, salary, June 

J. L. Webb, Judge Sixteenth District, salary, June 

E. B, Cline, Judge Seventeenth District, salary, June 

M. H. Justice. Judge Eighteenth District, salary. June... 

F. Carter, Judge Xineteenth District, salary, June.. 

G. S. Ferguson, Judge Twentieth District, salary, June.. 

J. S. Manning, .\ttorney-General. salary. June... 

R, H. Sykes, .\ssistant .\ttorney-General, salary, June... 

Eugenia Herring, stenographer, salary, June 

R. C. Strong. Supreme Court Reporter, salary. June 

A. L. Ellington, stenographer, salary, June... 

M. DeL. Haywood. Marshal, salary, June... 



July, 1918. I 

Edward C. Seawell. salary, June ___ j 

11. L. Lyon, attending June term. New Hanover court.. 

J. L. Seawell. Supreme Court Clerk, salary, December 31, 1917, to July 

1, 1918 

R. E. Whitehurst, attending June term, Greene court... 

W. E. Brock, attending Luly term, Stanly court 

G. L. Jones, attending July term, Haj*wood court 

W. E, Brock, attending July term, Richmond court 

H. E. Norris, attending July term. Wake court 

Walter Clark, Chief Justice, salary. July 

W. R. Allen, Associate Justice, salary, July 

P. D. Walker, .\ssociate Justice, salary, July 

W. A. Hoke, .\ssociate Justice, salary, July 

G, H. Brown, .Associate Justice, salary, July 

W. M. Bond. Judge First District, salary. July. 

G. W. Connor, Judge .Second District, salary. July 

J. H. Kerr. Judge Third District, salary, July.... 

F. A, Daniels, Judge Fourth District, salary, July 

H, W, Whedbec, Judge Fifth District, salary, July. 

O. H. Allen. Judge Sixth District, salary. July... 

T. H. Calvert. Judge Seventh District, salary. July 

W. P. Stacy, Judge Eighth District, salary, July 

C. C. Lyon. Judge .Ninth District, salary. July 

W. A. Devin, Judge Tenth District, salary. July. 

H. P. Lane. Judge Eleventh District, salary. July 

T. J. Shaw. Judge Twelfth District, salary, July 

W. J. ,\dam8. Judge Thirteenth Distiict salary, July 

W. F. Harding. Judge Fourteenth District, salary, July 

B. F. Long. Judge Fifteenth District, salary, July 

J. L. Webb. Judge Sixteenth District, salary. July 

E. B. Cline. Judge Seventeenth District, salary. July 

M. H. Justice. Judge Eighteenth District, salary, July 

F. Carter, Judge Nineteenth District, salary. July 



333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333. 33 
333.33 
250.00 
125.00 

75.00 
125.00 

50.00 
125.00 



30.00 
20.00 

150.00 
20.00 
20.00 ! 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
429.16 
429.16 
429. 16 
429. 16 
429.16 
3.33.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333. 33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 I 
333.33 I 
333.33 
333.33 1 
333.33 



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Document !N"o. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDiCLA-RT — continued. 
July. 1918. 

G. S. Ferguson, Judge Twentieth District, salary, July 

J. S. Manning, Attorney-General, salary, July 

R. H. Sykes, Assistant Attorney-General, salary. July 

Miss E. Herring, stenographer, salary, July 

R. C. Strong. Supreme Court Reporter, salary, July. 

Miss A. L. Ellington, stenographer, salary, July 

M. DeL. Haywood, Supreme Court Marshal, salary, July , 

E. C. Seawell, .\ssistant Supreme Court Librarian, salary, July., 



333.33 
250.00 
125.00 

75.00 
125.00 

50.00 
125.00 

30.00 



August. 1918. i 

S. P. Graves, attending July term, Ashe court % 20.00 

S. P. Graves, attending two terms court _..; 40.00 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending July terra. Gates court 20.00 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending August term. Washington court 20.00 

R. L. HuEFman, attending July term, Cleveland court .-. , 20.00 

H. E. Shaw, attending July term, Duplin court _] 20.00 

John Swain, attending July term. Buncombe court __- I 20.00 

Hayden Clement, attending July term, Montgomery court 20.00 

Walter D. Siler. attending July term, Lee court ._ 20.00 

J. J. Hayes, attending July term. Catawba court 20.00 

S. B. McLean, attending July term, Robeson court 20.00 

Michael Schenck. attending July term, McDowell court 20.00 

G. E. Midyette. attending July term, Northampton court , 20.00 , 

S. B. McLean, attending August term, Bladen court 20.00 > 

G. E. Midyette, attending March term. Vance court 20.00 

S. P. Graves, attending July term, Forsyth court. 20.00 , 

G. L. Jones, attending July term, Swain court ._ 20.00 ! 

J. C. Bower, attending July term. Davidson court. .., 20.00 

R. L. Huffman, attending August term. Burke court 20.00 

R. L. Huffman, attending July term. Lincoln court 20.00 

Michael Schenck, attending July term, Transylvania court 20.00 

R. E. Whitehurst, attending June term. Carteret court 20.00 i 

W. E. Brock, attending July term. Union court .J 20.00 I 

S. P. Graves, attending August term, Rockingham court ! 20.00 ; 

G. E. Midyette, attending three terms court 60.00 \ 

J. J. Hayes, attending August term, Wilkes court 20.00 j 

G. L. Jones, attending August term, Cherokee court 20.00 | 

S. B. McLean, attending August term. Hoke court .- 20.00 

W. D. Siler. attending two terms of court 40.00 j 

W. E. Brock, attending August term. Moore court 20.00 i 

J. J. Hayes, attending August term, Yadkin court 20.00 j 

R. L, Huffman, attending August term, Caldwell court ■ 20.00 

G. L. Jones, attending August term, Macon court 20.00 

G. E. Midyette, attending July term, Hertford court, and August term, 

Jackson court __ _ 1 40.00 

Walter Clark, Chief Justice, salary, July | 429. 16 

W. R. Allen, Associate Justice, salary, August... 429.16 

P. D. Walker, Associate Justice, salary. August i 429.16 

W. A. Hoke, Associate Justice, salary. August ' 429.16 

G. H. Brown, Associate Justice, salary. August 1 429.16 

W. M. Bond, Judge First District, salary. August , 333.33 '■ 

G. W. Connor, Judge Second District, salary, August 1 333.33 

J. H. Kerr, Judge Third District, salary, August ; 333.33 

F. A. Daniels, Judge Fourth District, salary. August , 333.33 

H. W. Whedbee. Judge Fifth District, salary. August I 333.33 

O. H. Allen, Judge Sixth District, salary August. 333.33 

T. H. Calvert. Judge Seventh District, salary, August j 333.33 

W. P. Stacy, Judge Eighth District, salary, August i 333.33 



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253 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICTARY — continued. 






August, 1918. 






C. C. Lvon. Judge Ninth District, salary, August 


t 333.33 




\V. A. Devin. Judge Tenth District, salary, August 


333.33 






333.33 






333.33 






333.33 






333.33 




B. F. Long, Judge Fifteenth District, salary, August 


333.33 




J. L. Webb, Judge Sixteenth District, salary, August 


333.33 




E. B. CUne, Judge Seventeenth District, salary, August 


333.33 




M. H. Justice, Judge Eighteenth District, salary, .\ugust 


333.33 




F. Carter, Judge Nineteenth District, salary, .\ugust 


333.33 




G. S. Ferguson. Judge Twentieth District, salary, .\ugust - 


333.33 




J. S. Manning, .\ttorney-General. salary. August 


250.00 




Frank Nash. .Assistant Attorney-General, salary. August— 


125.00 




Miss E. Herring, stenographer, salary, August 


75.00 




R. C. Strong, Supreme Court Reporter, salary, August 


125.00 




Miss .A. L. Ellington, stenographer, salary, August 


50.00 




M. DeL. Haywood. Supreme Court Marshal, salary, August 


125.00 




E. C. Seawell. .\ssistant Librarian, salary, August 


30.00 


tj 10,372.40 






September, 19ie. 






R. G. Allsbrook, attending .\ugust term, Nash court 


t 20,00 




W. D. Siler, attending September term, Harnett court- 


20.00 




H. L. Lvon. attending September term, Columbus court. 


20.00 






20.00 




Edward C. Seawell, services 


8.00 




J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending September term, Currituck court 


20.00 




J. C. B- Ehringhaus, attending September term, Chowan court 


20.00 




R. G, Allsbrook, attending September term. Edgecombe court, _. 


20.00 




G. W. Wilson, attending .\ugust term, Gaston court 


20.00 




G. L. Jones, attending September term, Graham court 


20.00 




J. E. Swain, attending August term, Madison court 


20.00 




Hayden Clement, attending September term. Rowan court 


20.00 






40.00 






20,00 






20.00 






20.00 




Hayden Clement, attending August term, Davie court 


20.00 






20.00 
20.00 








J. L. Horton, attending .September term. Craven court 


20.00 




W. D. Siler, attending Lee and Chatham courts 


40.00 






20.00 




H. E. Shaw, attending .\ugust term, Sampson court 


20.00 






20.00 






20.00 






20.00 




J. E. .Swain, attending September term. Buncombe court 


20.00 






20.00 




W. E. Brock, attending ,Septembcr term, Aneon court -.- 


20.00 






20.00 




J. C. Bower, attending September term. Guilford court 


20.00 






20,00 






429.16 
'429.16 
429.16 














429.16 
429.16 




G. H. Brown. .A.ssociatc Jui^tice, salary, ,September 





254 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICIARY— con tin lied 






September, 1918. 








} 333. 33 






333.33 






333.33 










H. W. Whedbee. Judge Fifth District, salary. September 


333.33 






333.33 






333.33 






333.33 






333.33 




W. A. Devin, Judge Tenth District, salary, September 


333.33 




H. P. Lane. Judge Eleventh District, salary, September 


333.33 




T. J. Shaw, Judge Twelfth District, salary, September... 


333.33 




W. J. Adams, Judge Thirteenth District, salary, September 


333.33 




W. F, Harding, Judge Fourteenth District, salary, September 


333.33 




B. F. Long, Judge Fifteenth District, salary, September 


333. .33 






20.00 




J. L. Webb, Judge Sixteenth District, salary, September... 


333.33 




E. B. CUne, Judge Seventeenth District, salary. September 


333.33 




M. H. Justice, Judge Eighteenth District, salary, September. 


333.33 




P. A. McElroy, Judge Nineteenth District, salary, September 


333.33 




G. S. Ferguson, Judge Twentieth District, salary, September 


333.33 




J. S. Manning, Attorney-General, salary, September 


230.00 




Frank Nash, .\ssistant Attorney-General, salary, September 


125.00 




Miss E. Herring, stenographer, salary, September.. 


75.00 




R. C. Strong, Supreme Court Reporter, salary, September 


125.00 




Miss A. L. Ellington, stenographer, salary, September.. 


.10.00 




M. DeL. Haywood, Marshal and Librarian, salary, September 


125.00 






22.00 








$ 10,272.40 


October, 1918. 




J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending September term, Pasquotank court 


$ 20.00 




R. G. AUsbrook, attending September term, Wilson court 


20.00 






100.00 






20.00 






20.00 




H. E. Norris, attending Franklin court 


20.00 




J. E. Shipman, attending .September term, Henderson court 


20.00 




Hayden Clement, attending two terms court 


40.00 






20.00 






40.00 






20.00 






20.00 






20.00 






40.00 






20.00 






20.00 






429. 16 






429. 16 






429.16 






429.16 






429.16 






333.33 






333.33 






333.33 






333.33 






333.33 






333.33 




T. H. Calvert, Judge Seventh District, salary, October 


333.33 





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255 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICIAHT — continued. 






October. 1918. 








t 333.33 






333.33 




W. A. Dev-in, Judge Tenth District, salary. October 


333.33 




H. P. Lane. Judge Eleventh District, salary. October.. 


333.33 




T. J. Shaw. Judge Twelfth District, salary, October 


333.33 




W. J. Adams. Judge Thirteenth District, salary. October 


333.33 




W. F. Harding. Judge Fourteenth District, salary, October 


333.33 




B. F. Long. Judge Fifteenth District, salary, October 


333.33 






333.33 




E. B. Cline. Judge Seventeenth District, salary. October __. 


333.33 




M. H. Justice. Judge Eighteenth District, salary. October _ 


333.33 




P. A. McElroy. Judge Nineteenth District, salary, October 


333.33 




G. S. Ferguson. Judge Twentieth District, salary, October 


333.33 




J. S. Manning. Attorney-General, salary. October 


250.00 




Frank Nash. Aissistant Attorney-General, salary. October 


125.00 




Miss Herring, stenographer, salary. October 


75.00 




R. C. Strong. Supreme Court Reporter, salary. October 


125.00 




Miss A. L. ElUneton. stenographer, salary. October 


50.00 




M. DeL. Haywood, Supreme Court Marshal, salary, October 


125.00 




Edward Murray. Assistant Supreme Court Librarian, salary, October-. 


30.00 




Hayden Clement, attending October term, Iredell court 


20.00 


t 10.072.40 


November. 1918. 






H. L. Lyon, attending November term, Pender court.. 


t 20.00 




G. E. Midyette, attending three terms court 


60.00 






20.00 




S. B. McLean, attending November term, Robeson court 


20.00 




H. L. Lyon, attending November terra. New Hanover court 


20.00 






:o.oo 

429.16 




Walter Clark, Chief Justice, salary, November 






429.10 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
333.33 
333.33 




















G. W. Connor, Judge Second District, salary, November 




J. H. Kerr. Judge Third District, salary. November. 


333.33 




F. A. Daniels. Judge Fourth District, salary. November 


333.33 




H. W. Whedbee. Judge Fifth District, salary, November 


333.33 






333.33 
333.33 
333.33 












C. C. Lyon, Judge Ninth District, salary. November 


333.33 






333.33 




H. P. Lane. Judge Eleventh District, salary, November ___ 


333.33 




T. J. Shaw, Judge Twelfth District, salary. November 


333.33 




W. J. .\danis. Judge Thirteenth District, salary, November 


333.33 




W. F. Harding. Judge Fourteenth District, salary, November.. 


333.33 




B. F. Long, Judge Fifteenth District, salary, November 


333.33 




J. L. Webb. Judge Sixteenth District, salary, November 


333.33 




E. B. Cline, Judge .Seventeenth District, salary, November 


333.33 




M. H. Justice. Judge Eighteenth District, salary. November 


333.33 




P. A. .McElroy. Judge -Nineteenth District, salary. November 


333.33 




G. S. Ferguson. Judge Twentieth District, salary. November. 


333.33 




J. S. Manning. .\ttorney-Gcneral. salary. November 


250.00 




Frank Nash, .\ssistant Attorney-General, salary, November 


125.00 




E. Herring, stenographer, salary, November 


75.00 




R. C. Strong. Supreme Court Reporter, saliiry. November 


125.00 





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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICIARY— CO n/mued. 
November. 1918. 


S 60.00 
125.00 
30.00 
40.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20,00 
20,00 
20,00 
20,00 


$ 9,932 




M. DeL. Haywood. Supreme Court Librarian, salary, November 

Edward Murray, Assistant Supreme Court Librarian, salary, November. 








G. L. Jones, attending November term, Macon court.-. 


























$ 333.12 
333.12 
333.12 
333.12 
333.12 




Total 


( 122,133 


30 






laborers' pay roll. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1918. 


S 1 , 605 

1.332 

1,692 

1,695 
1.332 

1,353 












T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll.. 




January, 1918. 


$ 3.33.12 
333. 12 
333.12 
333.12 




















February, 1918. 


S 333,12 
333,12 
333.12 
333.12 
360.00 
















W. D. Lambert, unpaid per diem, order W. P. Stacy, Judge 


48 


March, 1918. 


S 333.12 
30.00 
333.12 
333.12 
333.12 
333.12 




















60 


April, 1918. 


% 333,12 
333.12 
333.12 
333.12 


















May, 1918. 


S 333.12 
333.12 
338.12 
338.12 
10,71 






















19 



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257 



Statement E — Continued. 



laborers' pay roll — continued. 
Jum, 1918. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll... 

E. C. Seawell, 15 days commutation 

Roach Farrar, 1.5 days commutation 

Handy Lee, 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll.,- 

S. N. Dunston, 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll... 

O. G. Kennedy, 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll--- 
T. R, Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roU... 



338. 12 
9.99 

22.50 

22.50 
338.12 

22.50 
317.12 

30.00 
327. 62 
338.12 



July. 1918. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll.. 

Da\*id Wright. 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll.. 

George Alston. 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll-. 
W. C. Horton, 15 days commutation 



338.12 
22,50 

327.62 

327.62 
22.50 

327, 62 
48,30 



August, 1918, 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roU 

W. D. Lambert. 15 days commutation 

W, H. Jeffreys, 15 days commutation 

W. Moseley, 15 days commutation 

Park SummerviUe, 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

Sallie SummerviUe, messenger. Insurance Department.. 

S. J. Hawkins. 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

W, J. Bridgers, 15 days commutation 

Pearson Upchurch, 15 days commutation 

Julius Riddick, 15 days commutation 

D, K. Polk, 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll _ 

J J. Weaver, 15 days commutation 

T. R, Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

Andrew Burnett, 15 days commutation 



22.50 I 
22.50 
22. .50 

294.62 I 
10.50 
22.50 

317.12 
37.50 
22.50 
24.00 ' 
22,50 j 

327.62 
22. .50 

327,62 
22.50 



September, 1918. 
T. K. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay rolL 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, weekly pay roll. 

W. 1). Terry. 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

C. W. H. Creighton, 15 days commutation 



315.62 
315.62 
39,64 
330.62 
338.12 
7.50 



October, 1918. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Roljertson. superintendent, pay roll., 
C, W. H. Creighton. salary commutation.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T, R. Roljertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



338.12 I 
341.59 
7.50 
341.59 j 
346. .59 



17 — Part 1—1918 



258 



Document !N"o. 5 



[Session 



Statement B — Continued. 



laborers' pat roll — continued. 
November, 1918. 

T. R. Robertson, supermtendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll - 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



LEGAL SERVICES AND EXPENSES. 

Paid on above account as follows 



February, 1918. 

R. A. Nunn. services. Fish cases.. 
B. G. Crisp, services, Fish cases-- 



May, 1918. 

Clerk Superior Court, costs W. D. Lambert case 



August, 1918. 

J. S. Manning Attorney-General, State v. Roanoke River Railway Co.. 




September, 1918. 

R. S. White, legal s 



5 to Fisheries Co 



Board. 



November, 1918. 
J. S. Manning. Attorney-General, expenses State v. Roanoke River Rail- 
way Co.- 

B. G. Crisp, attorney, services. Fish Commission Board 

Lindsay Warren, attorney, services. Fish Commission Board 



35.00 
50.00 



LEGISLATIVE EX.\MININQ COMMITTEE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

James A. Gray, Jr., services and mileage 

J. Elmer Long, services and mileage 

J. Yates Killian, services and mileage 

E. G. Suttlemyre. services and mileage --. - 

Southern Audit Co., services. Auditor, Treasurer, and Insurance Com- 



LOAN TO STATE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
June, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, part note. National Park Bank, N. Y 

October, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. State Treasurer, amount borrowed from .\utomobilc Fund. 



November, 1918, 

B. R. Lacy. State Treasi 



1 note to National Park Bank. 



t 30.00 

19.60 
45.60 
48.60 

1,4.53.65 



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259 



Statement E — Continued. 



MAXBION* AND GROUNDS. 



Paid on above account as folio 
December, 1917. 

J. F. Mcdlin, gardener, week's wages 

Lang Powell, labor - 

E. H. Ayeock. watchman, week's wages 

Johnson & Johnson Co., ice _ 

W. B. Mann & Co., brooms 

Model Laundry _ — - -.. 

Thompson Electrical Co., electric supplies 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

E, H. Ayeock, watchman, week's wages 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., services 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

J. L. O'Quinn, flowers — 

E. H. Ayeock, watchman, week's wages. _,. 

T. R. Workman, painting etc 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

E. H. Ayeock. watchman, week's wages 

L. A. Emory, work 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

E. H. Ayeock, watchman, week's wages 

January, 1918. 

Toyland Co., kitchen ware 

H. T. Hicks Co.. soap, etc 

E. H. Ayeock. watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages _. 

Model Laundry laundry 

Johnson & Johnson Co., ice 

W. B. Mann Co.. soap.,. 

N. L. Walker, electric repairs 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

E. H. Ayeock. watchman, week's wages 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. Ughts.... 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

E. H. Ayeock. watchman, week's wages.. 

E. H. Ayeock, watchman, 2 days service 

A. Williams & Co., paper ., 

Darnell & Thomas, records 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

Mrs. Frank Seamans, furniture 

February, 1918. 

Johnson & Johnson, ice 

Model Lau ndry 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

M. E. Prince, wood _.- 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

Sim Lee, labor 

Young & Hughes, plumbing repairs 

Powell & Powell, coal 

Boyd Antique Shop, repairs, furniture , 

T. R. Workman, work.... 

Raleigh Water Department, water , 



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Statement E! — Continued. 



MANSION AND GROUNDS — continued, 

February, 1918. 

Dix Hill State Hospital, wood 

John W. Evans Sons, work _ 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

J, F, Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Mrs. Florence Porter, furnishings 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

A, J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights 

Iden & Bowden. repairs 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware suppbes. _ 

March, 1918. 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

Sim Lee. work 

Moses Umstead. fertilizer 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

Johnson & Johnson Co., ice 

Tom Williams, cleaning rugs - --- 

C. R. Boone, uniform, watchman 

H. Steinmetz, flowers and bulbs. -_ 

Model Laundry, laundry 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

Ceesar Powell, work 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

Caesar Powell, labor 

A, J. Jones, watchman, week's wages - 

A. WiUiams & Co., supplies 

T, R, Workman, balance contract, decorating 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., phone service -,. 

The Upholstery Shop, furnishings 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights _._ 

Moses Umstead. manure 

Hattie Haywood, washing 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware supplies 

W. W. Willis, work on chimneys. -. 

L. R. Allen, labor and material 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

Csesar Powell, work -- 

Boyd's .\ntique Shop, repairing furniture 

Annie Bryant, sewing 

H. M. OUve. drayage - 

April. 1918. 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. ice -- 

Powell & Powell Co.. coal__ --- 

Model Laundry, laundry 

Young & Hughes, work 

W. B. Mann & Co., soap _ 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages _ 

Ca?sar Powell, work 



50.00 
1.00 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 
5.50 
20.00 
14.00 
14.00 j 
36.95 
68.20 I 
11.15 



14.00 1 

8.25 

. 8.00 1 

14.00 

10.00 

7.50 
22.50 
39.00 
16.50 
14.00 

6.13 
14.00 

4.69 
14.00 

4.33 
14.00 

3.00 
68.15 

5.50 
211.95 
14.00 
14.00 
44.83 

2.00 

5.25 

1.65 
45.95 
67.00 
14.00 
14.00 

4.37 
140.00 

7.50 

3.00 



10.00 
93.27 
11.95 
6.40 
4.06 
14.00 
8.75 



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261 



Statement E — Continued, 



MANSION AOT) GROUNDS — Continued 
April, 1918. 
A. J. Jones watchmaii week's wa^es 

Boylan-Pearce Co., brass rod and cloth. 

H. T. Hicks Co., supplies -... 

Thompsoa Electrical Co., lamps 

Hicks Mantel and Tile Co.. work and material 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages _ 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages. 

J. F. Medlin, commutation _ 

City of Ualeigh. water rent, March 

William L. Otis, decorations and furniture 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Wear^Proof Mat Co., mat - 

E. H. Aycock. gardener 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

N. L. Walker, electrical repairs _ 

Mrs. A. B. Uzzle, Sowers 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages. 

E. H. Aycock. gardener, week's wages... 

May. 1918. 

Model Laundry, laundry _, 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages. 

Johnson & Johnson Co., ice 

J. L. O'Quinn, flowers 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

William Sims. work,. 

A. J. Jones, watchman week's wages 

McDonald & Thomas, painting furniture 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc 

Iden & Bowden, repairs _. 

Hattie Haywood, washing mata, etc 

J. C. Ellington, furnishings 

J. F. Medlin gardener 

Csesar Powell, work 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

Otto L. Veerhoff, furnishings 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware supplies 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

Cajsar Powell, work - 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

June. 1918. 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages , 

J. F. Me<Uin, gardener, week's wages - 

Ca^ar Powell, labor , 

Young & Hughes, plumbing repairs 

Mont. R. Hayncs, repairs to furniture , 

Johnson A: Johnson Co., ice tickets 

Model Laundry, laundry, Mansion , 

Boylan-Pearce Co.. scarfs, covers, napkins 

Powell & Powell Co.. coal 

N. L. Walker, electrical repairs 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages _ 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 



14.00 
14.00 



18.00 
13.54 
48.63 



14.00 
14.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



MANSION AND GROUNDS — Continued 
June. 1918. 

H. T. Hicks Co.. powder, etc - 

J. L. O'Quinn & Co.. plants 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages _ _. 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages _. 

Alfred Williams & Co.. supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware supplies,-. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights. 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages .- 

J. L. O'Quinn & Co.. plants 

J. F. MedUn. gardener, week's wages 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages.. 

July. 1918. 

Boylan-Pearce Co., towels 

Model Laundry, laundry 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. ice 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages.. _ 

Raleigh Water Department, water rent. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware suppUes.. 

J. F. MedUn, gardener, week's wages 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

Jolly & Wynne Jewelry Co., household supplies 

Baker-Thompson Lumber Co., lumber. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

J. F. Medhn, gardener, week's wages ., 

Ben Turner, labor 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages.,. - 

J. F. MedUn, gardener, week's waces 

Ben Turner, labor 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

August, 1918. 

Johnson & Johnson Co,, ice 

Carolina Power and Light Co., Ughts and gas 

Model Laundry, laundry... 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

H. T. Hicks Co., veneer 

Boyd's Antique Shop, repairs to furniture 

M. R. Haynes. wire screens. 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

Ben Turner, labor. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, brush 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

M. Umstead. manure... .- 

Raleigh Water Department, water... 

Southern Bell Telephone Co , service 

N. L. Walker, electric fan.. 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

Ben Turner, labor 

A. J. Jones, watchman, week's wages 

William L. Otis, furnishings 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

E. H. Aycock, work 




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Statement E — Continued. 



UAKSION AND GROUNDS— continued. 
August. 1918. 

H. M. Olive, hauling coal _-_ 

J- F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages. _ 

Ben Turner, work 

E. H. Aycock. watchman, week's wages 



September, 1918. 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. ice.. 

Model Laundry, laundry 

\V. B. Mann & Co.. soap 

Young & Hughes, plumbing repairs 

Toyland Company, supplies... 

Ben Turner, work --- 

J. R. Medhn, week's wages. _ 

E. H. Aycock. week's wages.. 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights, etc.. 

H. T. Hicks Co.. insect powder 

E. H. Aycock. watchman, week's wages... 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

Ben Turner work. mo\-ing coal. 

Thomas H. Briegs & Sons, hme, etc 

M. E. Prince. 16 cords wood, sawed 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

E. H. Aycock. watchman, week's wages... 

Consumers Coal Co.. coal. 

E. H. .\ycock. watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages.. 



October. 1918. 

Johnson & Johnson Co., ice 

Powell & Powell, coaL... 

Thompson Electrical Co., electrical repairs.. 

H. M. Olive, hauling car coal.... 

Southern RaUway Co.. freight on coal 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

E H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

Boylan-Pearce Co., furnishings 

Job P. Wyatt & Sons Co.. plants, seeds, etc.. 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

Lang Powell, work 

Joe Carroll, work 



J. F, MedUn, gardener, week's wages 

J. O. Carroll, watchman, week's wages 

Iden & Bowden. repairs, roof 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights, etc.. 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

J. O. Carroll, watchman, week's wages 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, brooms 



November, 1918. 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. ice 

Young & Hughes, plumbing repairs... 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

Moses Umstead, manure 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

J- O. Carroll, watchman, two week's wages. 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 




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Statement E — Continued. 



MANSION AND GROUNDS— COn(inu<^(i 

November, 1918. 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages -_- 

J. O. Carroll, watchman, week's wages— 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service. 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages - 

J. O. Carroll, watchman, week's wages. 

J. F, Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

J. O. Carroll, watchman, week's wages 

TotaL 



MANSION, SERVANT HIRE, 

Paid on above account as full 
December, 1917. 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's wages 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's wages 
Governor T W. Bickett, servants, week's wages 
Governor T. W. Bickett servants, week': 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's wages 

January. 1918. 

Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week': 
Governor T. W. Bickett. servants, week's 
Governor T. VV. Bickett, servants, week's wages. 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's 

February, 1918. 

Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week'i 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week 

March, 1918. 

Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week' 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week 

April. 1918. 

Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week'! 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week'! 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, \ 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week'i 



veek'i 



May, 1918. 

Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's wages 
Governor T. W. Bickett. servants, week's wages. 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week 

June, 1918. 

Governor T. W. Bickett. servants, week's wages. 
Governor T. W. Bickett. servants, week's wages. 
Governor T. W. Bickett. servants, week's wages. 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's wages 
Governor T. W- Bickett, servants, week's wages 




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Statement E — Continued. 



MANSION, BERVANT BiRE— Continued. 
July. 1918. 

Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's wages 

Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's wages 

Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's wages 

Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's wages 



August, 1918. 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's wages. 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's -i 
Governor T. W. Bickett. servants, week's \ 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's \ 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's \ 

September, 1918. 

Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's \ 
Governor T. W. Bickett. servants, week's \ 
Governor T. W. Bickett. servants, week's ^ 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants week's \ 

October, 1918. 
Governor T. W. Bickett servants week's ^ 
Governor T. \V. Bickett, servants, week's i 
Governor T. W. Bickett. servants, week's i 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's i 

November, 1918. 
Governor T. W. Bickett, servants, week's > 
Governor T. W. Bickett. servants, week's ^ 
Governor T. \V. Bickett, servants, week's ' 
Governor T. W. Bickett. servants, week's i 
Governor T. W. Bickett. servants, week's ' 



MITCHELL PEAK PARK COMMISSION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
November. 1918. 

J. S. Holmes, expenses, July and August 

A. G. & J. N. Wilson, additional lands for park.. 

Total 

moore'b creek battle qroond association. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
Juiuary, 1918. 
G. J. Moore, appropriation 1917 



October, 1918. 
G. J. Moore, appropriation 1918.. 



14.50 1 
U.50 ' 
14.50 ' 
14.50 





$ 


14.50 




14.50 




14.50 




14.. 50 




14.50 








$ 


14.50 




14.. 50 


•ages 


14. ."iO 



$ 


14.50 




14.50 




14.50 




14.50 


% 


14.50 




14.50 




14.50 


1 


14.50 




14.50 



137.86 
3.614.85 



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Statement E — Continued. 



NEGRO AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE. 

Paid on above account as follo\vs: 
December, 1917. 
J. B. Dudley, president, appropriation for support 



February, 1918. 
J. B. Dudley, president, appropriation for support- 



June, 1918. 

J. B. Dudley, president, appropriation for support- 



July, 1918. 

J. B. Dudley, presiden*. Federal appropriation- 

J. B. Dudley, president, allotment from bond issue- 



$ 16.500.00 
1.400.00 



September, 1918. 
A. T. Whitsett, secretary and treasurer, allotment from bond issue- 
J. B. Dudley, president, appropriation for support 1917 



NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1918. 
W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation 



February, 1918. 
State Laboratory of Hygiene, maintenance appropriation,. 
W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation. 



April, 1918. 

W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation. 

W. S. Rankin, treasurer, State Board of Health, (3,000; prevention of 
blindness. $1.000 



May, 1918. 

State Laboratory of Hygiene, maintenance appropriation.. 
W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation. Vital Statistics 



July, 1918. 

W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation- 
W. S. Rankin, treasurer. appropriation- 
September, 1918. 
W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation.. 



October, 1918. 
W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation Board of Health, $5,000; Vital 
Statistics, $1.500 



November, 1918. 

W. S. Rankin, treasurer, balance appropriation, 1918.. 



t 3,000.00 
3,760.00 



$ 5.000.00 
5,000.00 



$ 4,000.00 
4,000.00 



t 7.500.00 
5.000.00 



$ 5.000.00 
5,000.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROUNA 



Paid on above account as follows: • ' 

November, 1918. ' 

W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation $ 1,920.30 

\V. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation 104.67 



NORTH CAROLINA 

Paid 



January. 1918. 
W. S. Rankin, t 



CARD OF HEALTH— RURAL SATJITATION. 

I above account as follows: 

appropriation _ $ 1,036.35 



February, 1918. 
W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation $ 2,368.10 



$1 2,024.97 



S [ 1.036.35 



April, 1918. 

W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation _ S 1,997.22 

W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation _ 671.51 



May, 1918. 

W. S. Rankin, t 



July, 1918. 
W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation- 
AV. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation.. 

September. 1918. 

W. S. Rankin, t 



October, 1918. 

W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation _ $ 1,058.73 

W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation _ _ 2,061.29 



November. 1918. 

W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation _ $ 193.61 

W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation 908.98 



NORTH CAROUNA CONFEDERATE MUSEUM, RICHMOND, VA. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1918. 
Mrs. Jacksie Daniels Thrash, appropriation 1918 _ $ 200.00 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Paid on above account as follows: I 

December. 1917. i 

E- L. Travis, Commissioner, salary, December % 291.74 

W. T. I-ce. Commissioner, salary, December 291.74 

G. P. Pell, Commissioner, salary, December 291.74 

A. J. Maxwell, chief clerk, salary. December 250.00 

E. G. Hiddick, clerk, salary. December 125.00 

Mdta Adams, clerk, salary, December ._ _ 100.00 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPOBATION ( 

January, 1918, 
E. L. Travis, Commissioner, salary, February.. 

V>. T. Lee, Commissioner, salary, January 

G. P. Pell, Commissioner, salary, January 

A. J. Maxwell, clerk, salary, January 

E. G. Riddick, salary, January 

Meta Adams, clerk, salary, January 



291.66 
291.66 
291.66 
230.00 
125.00 
100.00 



February, 1918. 
■ E. L. Travis, Commissioner, salary, February.. 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, salary, February 

G. P. Pell, Commissioner, salary, February 

A. J. Maxwell, clerk, salary, February 

E. G. Riddick, clerk, salary, February 

Meta Adams, clerk, salary, February 



291.66 
291.66 I 
291.66 I 
250.00 
125.00 
100.00 



Mareh,1918. 

E. L. Travis, Commissioner, salary. Marc 
W. T. Lee, Commissioner, salary, March.. 
G. P. Pell, Commissioner, salary, March,. 
A. J. Maxwell, chief clerk, salary. March.. 

E. G. Riddick, clerk, salary, March 

Meta Adams, clerk, salary, March. 



291.66 
291.66 
291.66 
250.00 
125.00 
100.00 \ 



April, 1918. 

E. L. Travis, Commissioner, salary, April. 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, salary, .\pril 

G. P. Pell, Commissioner, salary, .\pril 

A. J. Maxwell, clerk, salary, .\pril 

E. G. Riddick, clerk, salary. April 

Meta Adams, clerk, salary, April 



291.66 

291.66 

291.66 

250.00 

125.00 ; 

100.00 



May, 1918. 

E. L. Travis, Commissioner, salary, May... 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, salary. May 

G. P. Pell, Commissioner, salary. May 

A. J. Maxwell, clerk, salary. May 

E. G. Riddick, assistant clerk, salary. May. 
Meta Adams, assistant clerk, salary. May... 



291.66 

291.66 

291.66 

250.00 

125.00 I 

100.00 



June. 1918. 

E. L. Travis, Commissioner, s.alary, June.... 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, salary, June 

G. P. Pell, Commissioner, salary, June 

A. J. Maxwell, clerk, salary, June _.. 

E. G. Riddick, assistant clerk, salary, June.. 
Meta Adams, assistant clerk, salary, June... 



291.66 
291.66 
291.66 
250.00 
125.00 
100.00 



July, 1918. 

E. L. Travis. Commissioner, salary. July. 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, salary, July 

G. P. Pell. Commissioner, salary, July 

A. J. Maxwell, clerk, salary, July. 

Miss E. G. Riddick, assistant clerk, salary, July. 
Meta Adams, assistant clerk, salary, July 



291.66 
291.66 
291.66 
250.00 
125.00 
100.00 



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269 



Statement E — Continued. 



NOBTH CABOUNA CORPORATION COMMISSION — continued. 

August, 1918. 

W. T. Lee. Commissioner, salary. August 

G. P. Pell, Commissioner, salary. August 

A. J. Maxwell. Commissioner, salary, August 

J. S. Griffin, clerk, salary. August--. 

Meta .\dams. assistant clerk, salary. August 

Ila Barnes, assistant clerk, salary. August 

September, 1918. 

\V. T. Lee. Commissioner, salary. September 

G. P. Pell. Commissioner, salary, September 

A. J. Maxwell. Commissioner, salaiy. September 

J. S. Griffin, clerk, salary, September 

Miss M. Adams, assistant clerk, salary, September 

Miss Ila Barnes, assistant clerk, salary, September 

October, 1918. 

W. T. Lee. Commissioner, salary, October 

G. P. Pell. Commissioner, salary, October 

A. J. Maxwell. Commissioner, salary, October 

J. S. Griffin, clerk, salary. October 

Miss M. .\dams. assistant clerk, salary, October 

Miss Ila Barnes, assistant clerk, salary, October , 

November, 1918. 

W. T. Lee. Commissioner, salary. November - 

G. P. Pell. Commissioner, salary. November .- 

A. J. Maxwell, Commissioner, salary, November 

J. S. Griffin, clerk, salary. November 

Meta Adams, assistant clerk, salary. November _ 

Ila Barnes, assistant clerk, salary. November 

Total - 



291.66 
291.66 
291.66 
225.00 
125.00 
100.00 



291.66 
291.66 
291.66 
225.00 
125.00 
100.00 



291.66 
291.66 
291.66 
225.00 
125.00 
100.00 



291.66 
291.66 
201.66 
225.00 
125.00 
100.00 



ATION CO.MMISSION. CONTIXGENCIES. 



Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

T. W. Fenner. expense account { 

R. L. Smith, serraes 

O. S. Thompson, salary, November 

Myrtle Gates, salary, November - 

Ila Barnes, salary. November - 

J. S. Griffin, salary. November--- 

John M. Davis, membership dues 

A. J. Hauser. salary and expenses 

W. G. Barnes, additional salary. November 

W. G. Womble. expense account 

G. \V. Wilson, exjienses. case Corporation Commission v. Dunn 

W. G. Womble. expense account 

W. G. Barnes, salary, December 

W. G. Womble, salar)', December 

January, 1918. 

O. S. Thompson, clerical services _ $ 

Ila Barnes, clcrir-il services 

Myrtle Gates, clerical services 

T. W. Fenner. salary and exijcnses, December 



215.48 ' 
100.00 
150.00 
100.00 
75.00 
200.00 
20.00 
287.20 
25.00 
21.60 
19.60 
16.31 
125.00 
2.50.00 



100.00 
221.18 



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Statement B — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION, CONTINGENCIEa — continued. 

January, 1918. 

J. S. Griffin, salary, December 

A. J. Hauser, salary and expenses, December 

G. W. Wilson, services, case N. Dunn 

H. C. Lust & Co.. subscription to Digest 

W. G. Barnes, additional salary, December 

West Publishing Co., Ross on "Inheritance Taxation" _ 

W. G. Womble, rate clerk, salary, January 

W. G. Barnes, stenographer, salary, January 



200.00 
246.70 
125.00 
11.50 
25.00 
8.00 
250.00 



February, 1918. 

O. S. Thompson, salary, January 

Myrtle Gates, salary, January 

Ila Barnes, salary, January 

J. S. Griffin, salary, January 

T. W. Fenner, salary and expenses, January.. 
A. J. Hauser. salary and expenses, January.. 

W. G. Barnes, additional salary, January 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, expense account... 

W. G. Womble, salary, February 

W. G. Barnes, salary, February 



150.00 
100.00 
75.00 
200.00 
185.05 
283.60 
25.00 
58.43 
250.00 
125.00 



March, 1918. 

Myrtle Gates, salary, February 

Ila Barnes, salary, February 

J. S. Griffin, salary, February 

O. S. Thompson, salary, February 

A. J. Hauser. salary and expenses, February.. 
T. W. Fenner, salary and expenses, February. 

Fred Massey, services 

W. G. Barnes, additional salary, February 

Underwood Typewriter Co., rent of typewrite] 

W. G. Womble, salary, March 

W. G. Barnes, salary, March 



100.00 
75.00 
200.00 
150.00 
281.30 
212.70 
9.00 
25.00 
8.00 
250.00 
125.00 



April, 1918. 

O. S. Thompson, salary, March 

Ila Barnes, salary, March 

T. W. Fenner, salary and expenses, March 

Myrtle Gates, salary, March _ 

A. J. Hauser, salary and expenses, March 

J. S. Griffin, salary, March 

J. E. Boyd, salary and expenses, February and March... 

A. J. Maxwell, expenses 

Elvin Rogers, work - 

W. G. Womble, expense account 

Alfred Wilhams & Co.. books. Corporation Commission. 

W. G. Barnes, additional salary, March 

W. G. Womble, rate clerk, salary, April 

W. G. Barnes, stenographer, salary, April 



150.00 
75.00 
221.50 
100.00 
295.20 
200.00 
453.21 
42.41 
4,60 
20.17 
10.00 
25.00 
250.00 
125.00 



May, 1918. 

A. J. Hauser, services and expenses 1 I 285.50 

Mrs. Wm. D. Simpson, services -! 100.00 

Ila Barnes, services... I 75.00 

W. T. Lee. expenses -. { 71-93 

O. S. Thompson, clerical services. 150.00 

T. W. Fenner, services and expenses 1 206.90 

J. S. Griffin, clerical services ' 200.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



CAROUNA CORPORATION COMMISSION CONTINGENaEB— COn(int«d 

May, 1918. 

A. J. Maxwell, expenses _ I S 

Alfred Williams & Co., book 

West Publishing Co.. supplies 

A. J. Maxwell, expenses... 

A. E. Holcomb, treasurer, annual dues, Corporation Commission.. 

W. G. W^omble, rate clerk, salary. May 

W. G. Barnes, stenographer, salary. May ._ 




June, 1918. 

O. S. Thompson, servi 
Ila Barnes, services... 
Mrs. Wra. D. Simpson 

W. T. Lee. expenses 

Edward Jones, services 

J. S. Griffin, tax clerk, salary. May 

W. G. Womble, expenses 

A. J. Maxwell, expenses 

National Railway Publication Co., subscription 

A. J. Maxwell, clerk, expenses, April 

W. T. Lee. Commissioner, expenses. April _ 

W. G. Barnes, addional salary. April and May.. 

W. G. Womble, rate clerk, salary, June 

W. G. Barnes, services. 



July. 1918. 

J. S. Griffin, tax clerk, services, June _ ' $ 

O. S. Thompson, services. June i 

Mrs. Wm. D. Simpson, services, June.. 

Ila Barnes, services, June. _ ! 

Edward Jones, labor _ j 

Alfred Williams & Co., supplies 

J. S. Griffin, expenses. ._ ' 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, expenses 

Office Service Co., repairs, typewT'ter 

W. G. Womble, rate clerk, salary. July 

W. G. Barnes, stenographer, salary, July... 



August, 1918. 
J. S. Griffin, 

Miss H. Maxwell, services 

Miss L Barnes, services 

Miss M. Baker, services 

O. S. Thompson, salary. July 

Amanda Tingen, work _ 

Ruth Womble, work 

A. J. Hauser, services and expenses 

T. W. Fenner, services and expenses 

J. A. Boyd, services and expenses, July, 1918 

E. L. Travis, expenses. July 

Edward Jones, services 

H. S. .Storr Co., adjusting typewTiter 

A. Williams & Co.. book 

W. G. Barnos. additional salary. June and July. 

Mrs. W. C. Kruse. clerical services 

Amanda Tingen, clerical services 

Ruth Womble, cleiical services 

Mrs. Sue Drake Harden, clerical services 

O. S. Thompson, clerical services ;_, 



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Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION CONTINGENCIES — continued. 

August, 1918. 

Miss Bell Andrews, clerical services ,. 

J. S. Griffin, clerk, amount paid, special forms, U. S. Government 

Marion Baker, clerical services 

Miss E. G. Riddick, clerical services 

W. G. Womble, rate clerk, salary, August 

W. G. Barnes, stenographer, salary, August 



18.00 
61.45 
81.00 
166.66 
250,00 
150.00 



September, 1918. 

T. W. Fenner, services and expenses 

Edward Jones, services 

Miss H. Maxwell, services 

A. J. Hauser, services and expenses 

J. E. Boyd, services and expenses 

U. S. Railroad Administration, ticket office, mileage books. Griffin and 

Womble,. 

A. J. Maxwell, Commissioner, expenses to Atlanta, Ga 

Mrs. Wm. D. Simpson, serivces, July, 1918 

Junius J. Goodwin, legal services 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, expenses 

Office Service Co., typewriter. Corporation Commission 

W. G. Womble, rate clerk, salary, September 

W. G. Barnes, stenographer, salary, September 



232.27 
20.00 
76.00 
255.60 
243.95 

60.00 
68.72 
30.00 
150.00 
65.51 
94.50 
250. 00 
150.00 



October, 1918. 
Grace Lee, services.. 
Marion Baker, 

Bell Andrews, services 

Geo. P. Pell, expense account — 

O. S. Thompson, services 

Miss E. G. Riddick. services 

Alfred Williams <t Co., Mitchie's N. C. Digest 

A. J. Maxwell, expense account 

T. W. Fenner, services and expenses 

A. J. Hauser, services and expenses 

Edward Jones, services - 

J, E. Boyd, services and expenses 

National Association Superintendents of State Banks, due^.. 

Davidson Publishing Co. rule book 

J. S. Griffin, expeiLSe account -.- - 

W. G. Womble, rate clerk, expense account 

W. G. Womble, rate clerk, salary, October 

W. G. Barnes, stenographer, salary, October 



75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
46.37 
166.66 
166.66 
10.00 
56.86 
192.85 
297. 70 
20.00 
244.54 
20.00 
5.00 
33.65 
54.93 
250.00 
150.00 



November, 1918. 

Grace Lee. services 

Bell Andrews, services 

A. J. Hauser, services and expenses 

T. W. Fenner, services and expenses 

O. S. Thompson, tax clerk, services 

Marion Baker, services _-. 

E. G. Riddick, services 

Edward Jones, services 

Macy & Lawler, letters and signs 

J. E. Boyd, services and expenses 

U. S. Railroad Administration, ticket agent, mileage book 

Underwood Typewriter Co., rent machines 

U. S. Railroad .administration, ticket office, mileage, rate clerk. 
J. S. Griffin, expenses 



75.00 

75.00 
294.70 
251.75 
166.66 

75.00 
166.66 

20.00 

26.20 
187.20 

30.00 
2.22 

30.00 
2.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMIgSIOX CONTINGENCIES— COnfinUtfd. 

November, 1918. 

G. P. Pell, expenses — - - 

W. T. Lee. expenses 

J. S. Griffin, expenses 

H. C. Lust & Co.. subscription. Digest, December 

Southern Bankers Publishing Co., subscription _ 

G. P. Pell, expenses -- 

The Frank Shepard Co.. Shepard's Citations 

I. M. Porter, services to rate clerk—. 

U. S. Railroad Administration, ticket office, mileage 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, expenses 

\V. G. Womble, expenses - 

J. S. Griffin, expenses 

W. G. Womble, salary, November 

W. G. Barnes, stenographer, salary. November 



NORTH CAROLINA EXPERIMENT STATION. 

Paid on above account as follo.ws: 
January. 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio. Federal appropriation.. 

June. 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, Federal appropriation. 



August. 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasu 



October, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Trea 



November, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer . 



r officio. Federal appropriation.. 
: officio, Federal appropriation.. 
; officio. Federal appropriation.. 



NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COM.MISSION 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Stan. V. Ilenkela, North Carolina manuscripts 

William Birdsall. messenger, week's wages 

Mrs. L. E. Covington, subscription 

R. P. Andrews Paper Co., supplies 

N. C. Library Commission, supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

J. B. Scrobey, supplies 

F. A. Olds, expenses _ 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

The Outlook Co., subscription 

The Chronicle Co., subscription 



t 


48.10 
57.95 
25.38 
11.50 
2.50 
50.25 
10.00 
10.00 
30.00 
44.81 
11.89 
15.97 
250.00 
150.00 










i 


2,120.74 






% 


20.321.11 



$ 


7,500.00 


i 


5,000.00 


% 


2,500.00 


t 


7, 500. (Jo 



t 8.75 

25.00 
.55.65 
8.75 
5.00 , 
5.50 i 
15.00 
8.25 j 
3.75 I 
22.90 
8.75 
25.00 
4.00 
3.00 1 



5,000.00 
2,500.00 
7,500.00 



i 30,000.00 



18 — Part I — 1018 



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Statement E — Continued, 



[ CAROLINA HI3T0BICAL COMMISSION— CO /if mued. 

December, 1917. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 



January, 1918. 

R. D. W. Connor, salary, December 

VV. S. Wilson, salary, December 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree, salary, December _ 

M. Terrell, salary, December... 

F. Wilson, salary, December 

Mrs. W. S. West, salary, December 

F. A. Olds, salary, December _ _.. 

D. Appleton & Co., book _ 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

J. E. Thiem. supplies 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

.Southern Express Co., charges 

F. A. Watson, work, Hall of History 

Boylan-Pearce Co., rug _ 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages , .._ 

A. Williams & Co., office supplies 

Journal of the American Institute of Criminal Law 

American Institute of Criminal Law, dues 

A. Williams & Co., office supplies 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages,. 

S. V. Henkels, North Carolina manuscripts. __ 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage , 

Academy of Political Science, annual dues 

Imperial Year Book, one copy 

University of Chicago Press, Journal Political Science 

WilUam Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

National Tax Association, dues. Legislative Reference Librarian.. 




229.16 
229.16 
83.33 
70.00 
65.00 
60.00 
25.00 
3.96 
25.00 
7.50 
8.75 
4.60 
7.13 
13.50 
8.25 
8.75 
5.55 I 
3.00 
2.00 
2.25 
8. 75 
12.87 
25.00 ' 
5.00 j 
3.00 1 
3.00 
8.75 
5.00 , 



February, 1918. 

R. D. W. Connor, salary. January. .' ..| $ 229.16 

W. S. Wilson, salary, January ...' 229.16 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree, salary, January j 83.33 

Mrs. W. S. West, salary, January _ I 75.00 

M. Terrell, salary, January _ , 75.00 

F. Wilson, salary, January 75.00 

F. A. Olds, salary, January I 50.00 

William Birdsall. week's wages ' 8.75 

Southern Express Co., charges ] 3.92 

A. Williams & Co., office supplies _ 1.25 

Manufacturers Record, subscription, Legislative Reference Librarian... 5.00 

American Political Science Association, dues, L. R. L _ 4.00 

A. Williams & Co.. office supplies 3.25 

University of Chicago Press, Journal 2.00 

B. F. Bowen & Co.. book _ 8.00 

American Association for Labor Legislation, subscription i 3.00 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 8.75 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages I 8.75 

Southnrn Bell Telephone Co.. service ! 8.25 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 8.75 

H. W. Wilson Co., public information service. 25.00 

Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Co., subscription 1.50 



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275 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLISA HISTORICAL COMMISSIOM — continued. 

March. 1918. 

R. D. W. Connor, salary. February , 

\V. .S. Wilson, salary. February 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree. salary. February 

Frances Wilson, salary. February.. 

Marjorie Terrell, salary, February 

Mrs. W. S. West, salary. February 

F. A. OUis. salarj'. February - 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree. office supplies 

William Birdsall. messenger, week's wages.- 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

Edwards &. Broughton Printing Co.. supplies... 

R. D. W. Connor, supplies 

X. Williams & Co.. supplies. Legislative Reference Librarian., 

American .\cademy of Political and Social Science, dues 

William Birdsall. messenger, week's wages 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

William Birdsall. messenger, week's wages 

H. W. Wilson Co.. service 

Watson Picture and .\Tt Co.. window shades. 

D. .\ppleton & Co.. .\merican Year Book, L. R. L 

B. M. Gathng. postmaster, postoffice box rent 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. phone service 

WiUiam Birdsall. messenger, week's wages 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

William Birdsall. messenger, week's wages , 

New York Times, subscription 

April, 1918. 

R. D W. Connor, salary. March 

W. S. Wilson, salary. March 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree. salary, March 

Miss F. Wilson, salary. March 

Miss M. Terrell, salary. March 

Mrs. ^V. S. West, salary. March 

F. -A.. Olds, salary. March 

Current Literature Publishing Co., subscription 

William Birdsall. week's wages 

F. A. Olds, expenses 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., service 

William Birdsall. week's wages 

Woodward & Lathrop. crepeline. Historical Commission 

William Birdsall. messenger, week's wages 

F. .\. Olds, expenses 

William Birdsall. messenger, week's wages 

May. 1918. 

R. n. W. Connor, salary. April..-. 

W. S. Wilson, salary. .April _ 

Mrs. .1. M. Winfree. salary. April 

Miss M. Terrell, salary. April 

Mias F. Wilson, salary, .\pril 

Mrs. W. S. West, salary. April 

F. .\. Olds, salary. April 

Ellington Studio, photos 

A. S. Clark, map 

William Birdsall. week's wages 

H. W. Wilson Co., supplies for L. R. L 



50.00 
3.00 



2-29.16 
229.16 
83.33 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
.50.00 
2.00 
6.00 
S.75 
3.16 



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Statement E] — Continued, 



NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COMMISSION— COn/mucd. 

May. 1918. 

The Weekly UnderwTiter, insurance almanac 

Southern Express Co., charges 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

A. Williams & Co., supplies ._ 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

William Birdsall, week's wages _ 

H. W. Wilson Co.. ser\-ices. L. R. L 

J. B. Scobey, supplies __ 

William Birdsall, week's wages 

Lyman H. Low, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams. 

R. D. W. Connor, secretary, salary, May 

W. S. Wilson, salary. May , 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree, salary. May _ 

Miss F. Wilson, salary. May _ 

Miss M. Terrell, salary. May 

Mrs. W. S. West, salary. May 

F. A. Olds, salary. May 



June. 1918. 

William Birdsall, week's wages 

Watson Picture and Art Co.. work. Hall of History.. 

William Birdsall. week's wages 

Southern Express Co., charges. May 

A. Williams & Co.. office supplies 

William Birdsall. messenger, week's wages 

South Atlantic Quarterly, subscription 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Harvard University, book 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postoffice box rent. 

The Survey, subscription 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. 

National Commission for Mental Hygiene, books 

William Birdsall. week's wages... ._ 




July. 1918. 

R. D. W. Connor, services, June 

W. S. Wilson, services. June 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree. services, June 

Miss M. Terrell, services, June 

Mrs. W. S. West, services. June. 

Miss F. Wilson, services. June... 

F. A. Olds, services. June 

Southern Express Co., charges... 

H. W. Wilson Co., books..-. 

A. Wilhams & Co., supplies.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. tolls 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

National Short Ballot Organization, book 

Undenvood Typewriter Co., machine 

Greensboro News Co., subscription 

Alfred Williams & Co., office supplies 

North Carolina Historical Commission, historical i 

North Carolina Booklet, subscription 

William Birdsall, week's wages... , 



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277 



Statement E3 — Continued. 



NOSTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COMMI88ION- 

July.1918. 
H. W. Wilson Co., serWces 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. 

Bureau of Municipal Research Bulletin 

University of Chicago, book 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages -., 



August. 191B. 

R. D. W. Connor, salary. July 

W. S. Wilson, salary. July 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree, salary, July _. 

Mrs. W. S. West, salary. July 

Miss M. Terrell, salary. July 

Miss F. Wilson, salary. July _. 

F. A. Olds, salary. July 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls... 

Southern Express Co., charges 

James E. Thiem, supplies 

William Birdsall. messenger, week's wi 

C. R. Boone, uniform, messenger 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service. 

William Birdsall. week's wages.. , 

Macy & Lawler. sign plates 

William Birdsall, week's wages.. 

William Birdsall. week's wages.. 

A. Williams & Co., office supplies 

James I. Metis, expenses 

F. A. Olds, freight advanced 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

William Birdsall, week's wages 




September, 1918. 

K. D. W. Connor, serv 
W. S- Wilson, servnces.. 
Mrs. J. M. Winfree, 

Mrs. W. S. West, services _ 

Miss M. Terrell, serWces 

Miss F. Wilson, services 

F. A. Olds, services 

William Birdsall, week's wages. 

R. D. W. Connor, expenses 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Southern Express Co., charges _ 

H. W. Wilson Co.. services 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

C. F. Libbie & Co.. catalogue 

William Birdsall, week's wages 

William Birdsall. week's wages 

H. W. Wilson Co., service 

Pullen-Henderson-McKinney Co., servicea.. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

William Birdsall. week's wages 



October, 1918. 

R. D. W. Connor, services... 

W. S. Wilson, services 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree, services.. 



278 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



[ CAROLINA HISTORICAL COMMIBSION- 

October, 1918. 

Miss M. Terrell, services - - 

Mrs. W. S. West, services- - 

Miss F. Wilson, services --_ 

F. A. Olds, services 

William Birdsall, week's wages 

&outhern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Stan. V. Henkels. catalogues 

William Birdsall, week's wages -.. 

H. W. Wilson Co., services 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Woodard & Lothrop. office supplies 

William Birdsall. week's wages 

A. Williams & Co.. office supplies 

North Carolina Booklet, advertisement 

William Birdsall, week's wages 

B. M. Catling. Postmaster, postage 



November, 1918. 

R. D. W. Connor. ser\-ices- -- - - J 

W. S. Wilson, services -- 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree. services 

Mrs. W. S. West, services 

M. Terrell, services-... - --- 

F. Wilson, services. 

F. A. Olds, services 

William Birdsall, week's wages 

Watson Picture and Art Co.. work. Hall of History 

Woodard & Lothrop. office supplies 

The Anderson Galleries, manuscripts 

WiUiam Birdsall. week's wages 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

The National Education Association Journal 

William Birdsall. week's wages 

William Birdsall. week's wages 

H. Ohashi & Co.. coupon book 

R. D. W. Connor, services - .- 

W. S. Wilson, services 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree, services 

Mrs. W. S. West, services 

Mrs. W. S. Wilson, services 

M. Terrell, services 

F. A. Olds, services 

William Birdsall. week's wages .-. 

N. C. Historical Commission, balance appropriation. 1918 

N. C. Historical Commission, historical marker 



Total 

Overpayment 1917 ( 



NORTH CAROLI> 



i INBTITrTION FOR DEAF AND DUMB, AND THE BLIND. 

Paid on above account as follows: 



December. 1917. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officic, allotment from bond issue 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support. 



75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
50.00 
8.75 
8.55 
2.00 
8.75 
25.00 



10.00 

8.75 
25.00 



229.16 

229.16 

83.33 

75.00 

75.00 

75.00 

50.00 

8.75 

15.50 

49.83 

10.12 

8.75 

8.25 

2.00 

8.76 

8.75 

7.70 

229.16 

229.16 

83.33 

75.00 

75.00 

75.00 

50.00 

11.00 

1,376.15 

100.00 



S 10,000.00 
5.000.00 
10,000.00 



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279 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA INSTITUTION FOR DEAF AND DUMB, AND THE 

BLIND — continued. 
February, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ei officio, appropriation for support 



March. 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support. . 

April. 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for building.. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support., 



i 10,000.00 I 

■ 10.000.00 



$ 10. 000.00 



May. 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for building,. 



June, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support.. 



July, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond issue.. 



October. 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, balance appropriation for support- 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond issue 



$ 12.500.00 
10.000.00 



NORTH CAROLINA LIBRARY COMMISSION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
March, 1918. 
Charlt'3 Lee Smith, treasurer, part appropriation 



July. 1918. 

Charles Lee Smith, treasurer, part appropriati( 



November, 1918. 

Charles Lee Smith, treasurer, balance appropriatic 



December, 1917. 

B. R. Lacy, T 



S-QRTH CAROLINA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF. 

Paid on above account as follows: 

: officio, appropriation for support.. 



January, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support.. 



$ 2,000.00 


$ 2,000.00 

2,000.00 

4.000.00 
t 8.000.00 


i 4,000.00 


S 5,000.00 


t .5,000.00 
nAIOU.m 


t 6,000.00 



February, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support.. 



March. 1918. 
U K Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, approjiriation for support.. 



May. 1918. 
B. li. Lacy, Treasurer ex officii, allotment from bond issue.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support.. 



% 5,000.00 
10,000.00 



280 



Document Wo. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH C-VROLINA SCHOOL FOR '. 

June, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotmi 



r — cotitinued. 
I bond issue... 



August, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ez off: 



, appropriation for support ' % 10,000.00 



B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond i 



September, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer * 



, appropriation for support.. 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND ENGINEERING. 

Paid on above account as follows: 

>.^cio. appropriation for support .5 10.000.00 



December, 1917. 
B. R. Lacy, T: 



January, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer t 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer < 

February, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer t 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer t 

March, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer < 

April, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer t 

May, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer e 

July, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer < 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer t 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer t 

August, 1918 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer e 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer e 

October, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer < 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer e 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer e 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer t 

November, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer c 



: officii 
: offici, 
: offici, 

■ officii 

■ offici, 
: offici. 



, land scrip fund.. S 3,750.00 

, appropriation for support 15,000.00 



, Smith-Lever fund $ 35,603.54 

, appropriation for support 15,000.00 



, appropriation for support $ 15,000.00 



agricultural extension work $ 15,000.00 



appropriation for support S 10,000.00 



, allotment from bond issue.- $ 5,000.00 

, appropriation for support 15,000.00 

, Federal appropriation.... 33,500.00 



, extension work $ 10,000.00 

, appropriation for support : 15,000.00 



, Smith-Lever Fund $ 45,167.14 

, land scrip fund 3,750.00 

, agricultural extension work \ 24,731.00 

, balance appropriation for support 27,500.00 



, allotment from bond issue : $ 5,000.00 



15,000.00 
15,000.00 
10,000.00 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



281 



Statement E — Continued. 



NOBTH CAROLINA STATE FIREMEN S ABSOCIATIOX. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
October, 1918. 
Charles Schnibben, treasurer, appropriation. 1918 



December, 1917. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer 



ORTH CAROLINA TUBERCCLGSIS SANATORIUM. 

Paid on above account as follows: 

3, appropriation for support S 10,000.00 



February, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, extension work $ 2,500.00 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, fire loss 8.333.29 



March, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, extension work 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support.. 



June, 1918. 

B. R. Lacj', Treasurer ( 



, appropriation for support.. 



July, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support.. 



August, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond issue.. 



Total 

NORTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEER FIREMEN'S .\880aATION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1918, 
J. G. Lattie, treasurer, appropriation, 1918 



December, 1917. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasu: 



OIL INSPECTION FUND. 

Paid on above account as follows 
officio, stamp tax 



January, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 



February, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax.. 



.March, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamp tax 



S 2,500.00 
10,000.00 



i 12,500.00 
2,500.00 



$ 10.000.00 



September, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond issue J 5,000.00 



$ 5,248.95 
4,261.57 
6,172.10 
1,662.03 



Document !N^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



OIL INSPECTION FUND— CO n( in «cd. 

April, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex off 



May, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex offici 



June, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex offic 



July, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, 



August, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex offia 



September, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer * 



October, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex offic, 



November, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex offic\ 



stamp tax., 
stamp tax.. 
stamp tax., 
stamp tax., 
stamp tax., 
stamp tax., 
stamp tax., 
stamp tax.. 



i 


2,9S6.72 


% 


2,429.68 


s 


5.131.47 


s 


1.956.91 


s 


5,631.54 


$ 


5,518.90 


* 


5,028.83 



OXFORD ORPHAN ASYLUM, COLORED. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January. 1918. 

H. G. Cooper, treasurer, appropriation for support., 



April, 1918. 

Oxford Colored Orphan .\sylum, appropriation for support.. 



August, 1918. 

H. G. Cooper, treasurer, appropriation for support- 



October. 1918. 

H. G. Cooper, treasurer, appropriation for support,. 



s 


2,000.00 


s 


2.000.00 


s 


2,000.00 



$ 5,256.40 
2,986.72 
2,429.68 
5,131.47 
1,956.91 
5,631.54 
5,518.90 
5,028.83 



t 51,285.10 



OXFORD ORPHAN .48TLUU, WHITE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1918. 

F. P. Bland, treasurer, appropriation, 1918 



April, 1918. 

F. P. Blaud, treasurer, appropriation, 1918.. 



July, 1918. 

F. P. Bland, treasurer, appropriation, 1918-. 



October, 1918. 

F. P. Bland, treasurer, appropriation, 1918.. 



% 5,000.00 
5,000.00 
5.000.0O 



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Document No. 5 



283 



Statement E — Continued. 



PAPER ACCOUNT. 



Paitl on above account as folio 
December, 1917. 

Frank Smith, handling stock 

Frank Smith, handling stock ._ .-. 

Antietam Paper Co., stock 

Richmond Paper Co., stock- 

Dobler & Mudge. stock-. -_- 

Barton, Duer <t Koch Paper Co.. stock 

Chatficld & Woods Co., stock 

Diem & Wing Paper Co., stock 

Western Newspaper Union, stock 

Epes-Fitzgerald Co.. stock 

Frank Smith, handling stock 

Frank Smith, handhng stock. _ 

Frank Smith, handling stock -. 



7.05 
5,85 
1,133.97 
18.76 
146.90 I 
10.50 
914.63 
685.53 1 
70.06 
1,158.63 
6.45 j 
6.35 
7.00 



January, 1918. 

Frank Smith, handling stock 

Southern Railway Co., freight charges. 

Frank Smith, handling stock 

Hobby Transfer, hauling paper 

Frank Smith, handling stock 

Frank Smith, handling stock 

Caskie-DiUard Co., stock... 

Diem & Wing Paper Co., stock 

Richmond Paper Co., stock 

Antietam Paper Co., stock 

Frank Smith, handling stock 



10.53 

380.73 

31.45 

43.00 

5.50 

5.75 

426.17 

3,411.25 

787.64 

353.89 

5.50 



February, 1918. 

Frank Smith, handling stock. 
Frank Smith, handling stock. 
Frank Smith, handling stock. 
Frank Smith, handling stock. 



6.20 
6.20 



March, 1918. 

Frank Smith, handling stock and drayage 

Frank Smith, handling stock.. 

Frank .Smith, handling stock 

Frank Smith, handling stock 

Richmond Paper Co., account 

Virginia Paper Co., account 

Chatficld & Woods Co., account... 

Antietam Paper Co., account 

I*. L. Brown Paper Co., account... 

Southern Railway Co., freight on paper 

Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co., freight on paper.. 
Frank Smith, handling stock 



12.56 

5.85 

5.85 

5.85 

835.47 

201.10 

1,856.87 

709.75 

163.54 

5.83 

3.03 

7.80 



April. 1918. 

Seaboard .\ir Line Ry. Co., freight on paper 

Frank .Smith, handling stock 

National Steel and Copperplate Co., sheet zinc, State Library.. 

Smith-Dixon Co., paper 

Southeastern Paper Co., paper 

Union Envelope Co., pa[)er 

Baltimore (Md.l Eng. Co., paper 



4.42 
5.85 
44.1 
7,806.11 
9.70 
110.25 
36.06 



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Statement E — Continued. 



PAPER ACCOUNT — Continued. 
April, 1918. 

Frank Smith, handling stock 

Frank Smith, handling stock 

Frank Smith, handling stock 



6.55 
6.90 
5.85 



May, 1918. 

Frank Smith, handling stock 

Frank Smith, handling stock _ - 

Frank Smith, handling stock 

Frank Smith, handling stock 

Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co., freight on paper.. 



8.07 
5.50 
6.20 
13.40 
1.59 



June, 1918. 

William Shipman, handling stock... 
William Shipman. handling stock. . 
William Shipman, handling stock... 

Edgar Prather, handling stock 

Edgar Prather, handling stock 



7.75 
5.85 



9.51 
5.50 



July, 1918. 

Edgar Prather. handling stock- 
Edgar Prather, handling stock- 
Edgar Prather, handling stock., 
Edgar Prather, handling stock.. 



U.70 
5.50 



August. 1918. 

Edgar Prather, handling stock 

Edgar Prather, handling stock 

Chatfield & Woods Co., paper 

L. L. Brown Paper Co.. paper 

Antietam Paper Co., paper 

Anderson-Wilson Paper Co., paper.. 

Edgar Prather, handling stock 

Edgar Prather, handling stock 

Richmond Paper Co. account 

B. W. Wilson Paper Co.. account.. . 

Caskie-Dillard Co., account 

Edgar Prather, handhng stock 



5.85 

10.20 

781.99 

124.55 

195.22 

26.27 

6.55 

6.90 

1,483.35 

557.40 

800.96 

5.50 i 



September, 1918. 

Edgar Prather. handling stock 

Antietam Paper Co 

The Chatfield & Woods Co 

The Diem & Wing Paper Co 

Virginia Paper Co 

Edgar Prather, handling stock 

Edgar Prather. expenses handling 3 cars stock.. 

Edgar Prather, handling stock 

Caskie-Dillard Co., account 

Edgar Prather, handling stock 

Southern Railway, freight on paper 



5.50 

498.97 

180.45 

1,136.58 

209.00 

5.85 

46.50 

5.85 



5, 



20.00 
84.69 



October, 1918. 

Edgar Prather, handling stock.. 

Caskie-Dillard Co., account 

Edgar Prather, handhng stock.. 
Edgar Prather, handling stock.. 
Edgar Prather, handling stock.. 
Antietam Paper Co.. account... 



5.50 
3,287.44 
20.27 
5.50 
6.25 
117.96 



1919] 



Document No. 5 



285 



Statement E — Continued. 



PAPER ACCOUNT — continued. 
October, 1918. 

Old Dominion Paper Co.. account 

Dobler & Mudge.- 

L. L. Brown Paper Co 

Epes-Fitzgerald Paper Co -- 

Old Dominion Box Co _ 



November, 1918. 

Edgar Prather. handling stock 

B. W. Wilson Paper Co 

Carter, Kice & Co 

Edgar Prather, drayage and storage.. 

Edgar Prather. handling stock 

Western Newspaper Union, account.. 

Antietam Paper Co., account 

Chatfield & Woods Co., account 

Smitb-Dison Co., account 

Union Envelope Co.. account 

Edgar Prather. handling stock 

Virginia Paper Co., account 

Edgar Prather, handling stock. 



PEKBION8— INMATEB BOLDIERS* HOME. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January. 1918. 

D. II. Milton, superintendent, first quarter 



April, 1918. 
D. H. Milton, superintendent, second quarter.. 



July. 1918. 

D. H. Milton, superintendent, third quarter 



October. 1918. 
D. H. Milton, superintendent, fourth quarter.. 



179.67 
278.61 

47.60 
217.42 

34.92 



7.46 

43.02 

89.00 

5.60 

30.18 

119.25 

423.11 

6,567.14 

28.75 

5.50 



235.1 



5.50 



i 


453.00 


t 


447.00 


s . 


426.00 



PENSIONS, REGULAR LIST. 

Paid on above account as follows: 



December, 1917. 

Certificate from State Treasurer ou file- 



January. 1918. 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file- 



February, 1918. 
Certificate from State Tn 



.file S 24.232.00 



March. 1918. 
Certificate from State Trcaeurer on file. 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



PENSIONS, RBonLAR LIST — Continued. 
April, 1918. 
Certificate from State Treasurer on file 




2,270.00 


$ 2,270.00 
1,077.00 


May, 1918. 

Certificate from State Treasurer on file _ 




1,077.00 


June, 1918. 

Certificate from State Treasurer on file. 




585.00 




585.00 


July, 1918. 




630.00 




630.00 


August, 1918. 




495.00 




495.00 


September, 1918. 




90.00 




90.00 


October, 1918. 

Certificate from State Treasurer on file.. 




180.00 




180.00 


November, 1918. 




45.00 




45.00 




$ 


75.00 
11.50 
22.30 
75.00 

106.70 
27.25 
50.00 

100.00 
40.00 
50.00 
60.00 
50.00 
5.15 
75.00 
50.00 

6.32 
75.00 
193.53 
70.00 
95.00 
7.50 
2.55 


Total.... 


t 560,946.00 




POSTAGE AND 9TATIONEHT. 

Paid on above account as follows; 
December, 1917. 

R. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Insurance Department 




























B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Department Public Instruction... 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. .Auditor's Department 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. State Department _ _._ 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Blue Book 








B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Adjutant General's Department-- 
Southern School Supply Co., stationery supplies, Dept. Public Instruo- 








Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., stationery supplies. State Department 


















$ 1,247.82 


January, 1918. 


t 


23.00 
17.30 
1.00 






Edwards & Broughton, stationery, several departments 





1919] 



DoCUMEXT Xo. 5 



287 



Statement E— Continued. 



POBTAOE AND STATIONERY— COnflDUed. 

January. 1918. 

J. E. Crayton & Co., repairs, dictating machine 


$ 2.50 
60.00 
259.52 
90.00 
50.00 
85.00 
3.00 
14.60 
50,00 
57.45 
3.50 
1.46 
40.00 
1.50 
2.00 
60.00 
352.67 
100.00 
60.00 

S 3.10 

50.00 

22,40 

2.50 

27.00 

181.50 

418.02 

80.00 

.60 

4.50 

60.00 

3,75 

300.00 

156.10 

50.00 

100.00 

50.00 

60.00 

2.55 

2.45 

2.82 








B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. State Department 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Treasury Department 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Executive Department 

Raleigh Letter Writers, letters. Auditor's Department 




B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Auditor's Department 












B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Adjutant General's Department 
























Febiuary, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, stamps for cash 


S 1,334.50 






Mrs. E. M. Uzzell. binding Auditor's Reports 




Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., stationery. Corporation Commission. 




B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Executive Department 




J, C. Allison & Co., postal insurance on bonds 








B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage, Dept. Public Instruction 

J. E. Thiem, stationery supplies, several departments 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Adjutant General's Department 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Corporation Commission 








Addrcssograph Co., stationery supplies. Corporation Commission 

Homer Peele, teller, stamps for cash 






1,577.29 


March, 1918. 




li. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. State Department 


S 60.00 
29.111 
60.00 
1.5S 
60. OU 
50.00 

100.00 
60.0(1 
60.00 

200.00 
16.80 
60.00 
50.00 

307.90 








Addrcssograph Co., supplies, .Adjutant General's Department 




B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage, .adjutant General's Department.. 




B. M. Ciatling, postmaster, postage. State Department 

Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., stationery. Auditor's Department 

Illinois Printing Co., supplies. Insurance Department 




B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Department Public Instruction... 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Treasury Department 

A. Williams & Co., supplies, several departments 





288 



Document Ifo. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



POSTAGE AND STATIONERY— Confl/lUed. 

March. 1918. 


( 60.00 
32.37 
1.75 
1.50 
60.00 
23.00 
2.00 








Longmans, Green & Co., supplies. N. C. Corporation Commission 








B. M. GatUng, postmaster, postoffice bos rent, several departments 






S 1,296.00 


April, 1918. 


t 9.28 
20.98 
85.05 
85.00 
34.65 
12.75 
10.50 

53.03 
65.00 

9.00 

3.40 
60.00 

1.05 
202.15 
277.64 

5.20 

45.00 
4.50 
30.00 
56.46 
49.00 

100.00 
60.00 
70.75 
50.00 

100.00 
21.00 
8.14 














B. M. GatUng. postmaster, postage. Attorney-General's Department- 








Underwood Typewriter Co., exchanging typewriter, Dept. Public In- 




B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Adjutant General's Department 

Office Service Co., supplies, Corporation Commission and Adjutant 












Edwards & Broughton Printing Co. . stationery. Historical Commission. 
H. S. Storr Co.. machine and stationery. Historical Commission.- 








B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage, Cuban Republic v. State of North 












B. M. Gat ing. pos mas er. pos ag . 




American Multigraph Sales Co.. supplies. Dept. Public Instruction 








T TT Tl,* '°^ ''"'' "" ''l' ^ ' 1 1 t lents 












L. J. Cowie & Co.. carbon paper, Insurance Department 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, stamps for cash 


1,519.53 


May, 1918. 

H. S. Storr Co.. stationery supphes. several departments... 


$ 9.25 

60.00 

300.00 

100.00 

295.98 

60.00 

60.00 

10.00 

193.05 

4.15 

78.50 

8.45 

10.50 

50.00 

2.83 










Remington TypewTiter Co.. supplies, stationery, several departments.. 




B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Adjutant General's Department.. 
B. M. Catling, postmaster, post cards. Dept. Public Instruction 
























Homer Pcele, stamps for cash, Treasury Department.. 





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DOCUMEXT Xo. 5 



289 



Statement E — Continned. 



POSTAGE AND STATIONERY— COndnucrf. 

May. 1918. 


$ 100.00 
60.00 
50.00 
86.80 




B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage, .\diutant General's Department.. 




H. S. Storr Co., 8 sets County Guides, Corporation Commission 


$ 1,539,51 


June, 1918. 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies, several departments _ _. 

.-Vddressograph Co., supplies. Corporation Commission 


t 43.70 
31.38 
24.00 
90.00 
33.65 
37.00 
13.35 
60.00 

2.00 
15.40 

4.30 
61.35 
60.00 
50.00 

8.06 
20.85 
227.25 
100.00 

7.65 
251.24 
00.00 
60.00 


B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Executive Department 

Commercial Printing Co., stationery supplies. Supreme Court 








B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Department Labor and Printing.. 




H. Ohashi & Co.. stationery supplies, .\djutant General's Department.. 
Jas. E. Thiem, stationery supplies. Highway Commission ._ 












H. Ohashi & Co., carbon paper. Treasury Department 

H. Ohashi & Co., stationery supplies. Department Labor and Printing. 
Alfred Williams & Co., supphes. various departments 








The Falconer Co.. stationery supplies. Treasur.v Department - 










1,261.18 


July, 1918. 
B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postoflBce box rent, several departments 


$ 23.00 
25.30 
60.00 
2.50.00 
36.10 
15.10 
2.00 
10.00 
100.00 
60.00 
65.00 
10.00 
50.00 
60.00 
.50.00 
2..iO 
80.00 
5.00 
5.40 
2.70 
60.00 
49.00 
7.5H 














Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. stationery. Dept. Public Instruction 
Commercial Printing Co., stationery supplies. .-Vuditor's Department... 


♦ 










B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, -\djutant General's Department.. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage due, Dept. Public Instruction 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Insurance Department 




B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Treasury Department 

J. C. Allison & Co., postage and insurance on bonds 




















American .Multigraph Sales Co., supplies. Dept. Public Instruction 






1.028.98 


August, 1918. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., stationery. Treasury Dept 

Remington Typewriter Co.. supplies, several departments 


t 60.00 
74.75 
60.00 
28.75 


J, E. Thiem st;itionery supplies, several departments 





19 — Part 1—1918 



290 



Document l^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



POSTAGE AND BTATioNEBT — Continued. 
August 1918. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Dept. Public Instruction ; $ 128.16 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Corporation Commission i 100.00 

B, M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Executive Department,. 75.00 

OflBce Service Co.. supplies, several departments | 17.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Corporation Commission j 62.76 i 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Supt. Public Instruction i 325.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Department. __ _, 60.00 I 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. stationery binders. Auditor's Dept. 25.00 j 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies, several departments | 172.40 j 

Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., stationery, Corp. Commission ! 155.13 i 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Auditor's Department j 50.00 ; 

Underwood Typewriter Co., rent machines, Corporation Commission .1 54.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Adjutant General 79.00 

Tablet and Ticket Co., stationery supplies. State Library I 5.18 

Alfred M. Best Co., stationery supplies. Insurance Department I 15.00 

H. R. Williamson, teller, stamps for cash ._.:-,, 8,17 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, stamps for cash '. \ 12.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Department | 60.00 | 



September, 1918. | I 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps, several departments i $ 9.40 i 

B. M. Gatling postmaster, postage for Blue Book j 50.00 | 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Treasurer | 50.00 1 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Insurance Department 50.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Corporation Commission 25.00 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., machine paper. Highway Com __ 1.44 

Raleigh Letter Writers, stationery. Executive Department .•, 4.75 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Executive Department 80.00 ' 

B. M. Gatbng, postmaster, postage. Corporation Commission I 50.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Department 60.00 

Edwards & Broughton Ptg. Co.. binding 12 books. Highway Com , 24.00 

James E. Thiem, equipment. State Highway Commission | 51.50 

James E. Thiem. stationery supplies, several departments 20.25 

W. T. Terry, office supplies. State Highway Commission 1.20 | 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Treasury Department --| 50.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Insurance Department ' 50.00 

Office Service Co., stationery supplies. Supreme Court.— ' 10.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster,, postage. State Department | 120.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Dept. Labor and Printing 64.88 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Department 60.00 



October, 1918. i 
B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, postoflace box rent, several de- 
partments... ._ : S 20.00 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies, several departments.. I 3.75 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Dept. Public Instruction 300.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Insurance Department ( 50.00 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. supplies. Highway Commission.. 10.00 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies, several departments. | 6.35 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, stamps received for cash | 7.50 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Treasury Department. I 100.00 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps and pads. Corporation Commission 3.90 

E. R. Carroll, Mgr., circulars. Auditor's Department ..' 5.40 

Edwards & Broughton Ptg. Co., equipment. Highway Commission | 35.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Corporation Commission j 50.00 

James E. Thiem, stationery. Highway Commission ] 1.25 

B. M. Gatbng. postmaster, postage. Executive Department I 120.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Supt. Public Instruction ' 10.00 



1919] 



DocuiiE>'T Xo. 5 291 

Statement E — Continued. 



POSTAGE AND STATIOXERV — COntinUtd. 

October. 1918. 

B. M. Galling, postmafter, postage. State Department % 60.00 

Remington Typewriter Co.. supplies. Auditor's Department 28.50 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage, executive Department _ 60.00 

Courier- Journal Job Printing Co., envelopes. State Department— 63.15 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Insurance Department 50.00 

Alfred Williams & Co.. stationery supplies, several departments 132.56 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Attorney-General 35.00 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. State Department 62.00 

B. il. Galling, postmaster, postage, Executive Department 75.00 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage. Adjutant General's Dept 75.00 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Dept. Public Instruction 300.00 

H. R. Williamson, teller, stamps. Treasury Department 9.14 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, stamps. Department of State 5.50 

November. 1918. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Insurance Department $ 100.00 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage. State Department I 60.00 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, 1000 stamped envelopes. Corp. Com j 31.44 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Corporation Commission. l 50.00 

H. Obaslii & Co.. carbon paper. Executive Department 8.45 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. supplies. Highway Commission.. 25.65 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage. Treasury Department 50.00 

Raleigh Letter Writers, multigraph work. Executive Department 18.30 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage. Insurance Department 50.00 

Jasmine Ink Co.. ink. Treasury Department.. 3.00 

AIvah-Bushnell Co.. stationery suppHes. Supreme Court 3&4.62 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. State Department 60.00 

H. S. Storr Co.. stationery supplies, several departments 12.85 

James E. Thiem, stationery supplies, several departments 42.30 

H. S. Storr Co., repairs to tj-pewriter... ._ 15.50 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage. Executive Department 60.00 

Alfred Williams A Co., stationery supplies, several departments 323.05 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Treasury Department 50.00 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage, Slate Department 60.00 

James E. Thiem, office supplies. Stale Highway Commission 48.70 

J Bryan Grimes. .Secretary of State, stamps received for cash 2.00 



Total 

1 

PtTBUC BIULDING8 AND GROCNDB. ' 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1917. 

Andrew Burnett, cleaning Capitol S 9.'00 

William Haywood, work. Department Public Instruction 8.00 

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.. supplies. Highway Commission 58.99 

F. Weber & Co., supplies. Highway Commission. 7. 17 

Royall & Borden, furniture. Auditor's Department. _ __. 17.50 

Thompson Electrical Co., repairs, several departments _. 13.05 

J. E. Thiem. i^upplies. Highway Commission 18.00 

William Haywood, extra janitor serWces 6.00 

Southern Mfg. Co., furniture. Highway Commission 8.20 

Raleigh Towel Supply Co.. supplies, Highway Commission 1.50 

Andrew Burnett, cleaning Capitol 9.00 

W. H. Brewer, repairs to elevator. State Departments Building 14.00 

W. H Brewer, repairs to elevator, etc 1.00 

C. R. Boone, uniform for C. E. Barrow, State Departments Building.. 25.00 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



PtTBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS— confinwfid. 

December, 1917. 


t 2.25 
44.00 
2.00 
9.00 
31.24 
5.60 
4.00 
16.30 
61.25 
103.70 
18.50 
165.00 
31.38 
83.03 
9.00 
2.00 
9.00 
6.05 
90.00 




















Southern Bell Telephone Co., service, Highway Commission 








J E. Thicm, supplies. Highway Commission 












Royall & Borden Furniture Co., furniture. Highway Commission 


































$ 889.61 


January, 1918. 
J. H. Hunter, repairs to chair. Supreme Court 


t 2.00 

4.50 

1.25 

5.25 

177.50 

5.04 

9.00 

21.10 

38.00 

5.65 

397.00 

2.75 

6.75 

3.55 

7.60 

25.60 

9.00 

165.00 

165.25 

124.83 

111.14 

5.50 

.75 

9.10 

1.50 

6.00 

4.00 

2.75 

9.00 

50.50 

200.00 

51.35 

9.00 

6.95 

22.60 

90.00 






Perry's Art Store, -Bindow shades, Capitol 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies, Dept. Public Instruction 

Oldham & Worth, lumber. State Highway Commission 








Boylan-Pearce Co.. rugs. Auditor's Department 




American Multigraph Sales Co., supplies. Highway Commission 












Macy & Lawler, lettering doors. State Highway Commission.- - 

H. W. Johns iManville Co.. supplies. .State Highway Commission 

Andrew Burnett, cleaning Capitol. -- 

Commercial Building Co., office rent. Highway Commission 




H. S. Storr Co., office supplies 








Thomas Wdiiams. repairs to awning. Administration Building 




W. H. Brewer Machine Works, repairs to chair. Supreme Court 

J. S. Wiggs, file case. Auditor's Department -- 

Raleigh Towel Supply Co.. service. Highway Commission 




Andrew Burnett, cleaning. Capitol --- 

Keuffel & Esser Co., supplies. Highway Commission. __ 








Andrew Burnett, cleaning, Capitol 




James E. Thiem. supplies. Highway Commission 

George F. Kennedy, salary, January 


1,756.56 



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Statement E — Contimiecl. 



PtTBLlc BmLDlNGS AND GROUNDS. — continued 






February, 1918. 






Whiting-Horton Co., uniform, watchman. Capitol.- 


t 22. ,50 




Tinius-OUen Testing Machine Co., suppUes. Highway Commission 


2.50.00 






l.X 












G.OO 




Economy Drawing Table Co., supplies. Highway Commission 


71.82 






3.48 






137.50 




Andrew Burnett, cleaning, Capitol - 


9.00 




Carohna Hardware Co.. supplies. Highway Commission,, , 


1.93 




Young & Hughes, plumbing repairs, Capitol 


6.65 




Bates--\rrington Co., matches. Supreme Court Building,,, 


4.00 




Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., supplies. Highway Commission.. 


19.00 




C. L. Berger «t Sons, supplies. Highway Commission 


36.42 






3.60 




Raleigh Towel Supply Co , services. Highway Commission 


2.00 




Boylan-Pearce Co., suppUes, Highway Commission 


4.00 






6.20 






12.70 




H. S. Storr Co., supplies. Highway Commission 


27.23 




Southern Express Co.. supplies. Supreme Court Building,., _ 


12.93 






9.00 




Commercial Building Co., rent; January, Highway Commission 


16.5.00 




H. Mahler's Sons, clock. Highway Commission,,., 


3.00 






9.00 




H. S. Storr. typewTiter. Adjutant General's Department 


85.03 




Dillon Supply Co., repairs. Central Heating Plant, 


117.50 




Andrew Burnett, cleaning, Capitol 


9.00 






1.00 






102.33 




George F. Kennedy, custodian, salary, February ,, 


90.00 


S 1,235.24 


March, 1918. 






W. P. Baker Co., repairs to roof. Capitol , 


S 21.63 




E. M. Brockwell. repairs to lock. Adjutant General's Department 


1. 00 




Andrew Burnett, cleaning, Capitol 


9.00 




Arthur H. Thomas Co., supplies, Highway Commission 


10.00 




Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., plumbing repairs. Capitol 


7.05 




C. L. Berger & Sons, supphcs. Highway Commission 


72.00 




Keuffel & Esser, supplies. Highway Commission 


12.63 






2.50 






3.31 




American Multigraph Sales Co., supplies. Highway Commission i_ 


250.00 




J. S. Williams, supplies. Highway Commission , 


14.00 






4.45 






2.00 






78.73 






34.01 






45.00 




H. S. .Storr Co., supplies. Highway Commission , 


16.05 




Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., supplies. Highway Commission.. 


4.50 






9.00 






5.55 






3.50 






1.03 






25.45 




Andrew Burnett, cleaning, Capitol , 


9.00 




Thomas WiUiama, awning. Administration Building 


12.00 





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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROV^vs— Continued. 
March, 1918. 


S 3.00 
9.00 
2.50 
11.00 
15.00 
22.50 
47.00 
165.00 
9.00 
300.00 
4.40 
1.50 
9.00 
18.00 
90.00 




Andrew Burnett, cleaning. Capitol 

N. L. Walker, electrical repairs. Capitol..- _ 












Royall & Borden Furniture Co.. furniture, Dept. Public Instruction... 
Commercial Building Co.. rent, February, State Highway Com __ 




Monroe Calculating Machine Co., machine, State Highway Cora _. 






















i 1.360.40 


April, 1918. 


$ 9.00 
5.30 

78.75 
9.00 

18.00 

85.00 

52.90 
2.00 

16.90 
1.61 
1.00 
9.00 
4.26 

14.26 
4.00 
7.80 

84.56 

175.00 

4.50 

9.00 

90.00 


Thompson Electrical Co., repairs. State Departments Building . 

Sanitary Laundry, rent, State Arsenal, March 




William Weaver, work. State Department 




T. H. Briggs & Sons, office supplies. State Highway Commisaion- 








The E. B. Adams Co., office supplies. State Highway Commission 

Baker-Thompson Lumber Co.. lumber. State Highway Commission... 








Eugene Dietzgen Co., office equipment. State Highway Commission .. 








Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co.. flagpole. Capitol.— 

Commercial Building Co., rent March, State Highway Commission 














681.84 


May. 1918. 
Raleigh Roofing and Cornice Co., repairs. Capitol 

Raleigh Roofing and Cornice Co., repairs, State Departments Bldg 


$ 8.20 
3.25 
2.50 
5.40 
4.29 
9.00 
104.40 

43.65 

10.00 
4.50 
3.00 

21.70 
2.00 

26.13 
2.00 
9.00 

51.45 
4.65 














Royall & Borden Furniture Co., office furniture, several departments.. 

Boylan-Pearce Co., awnings and oilcloth. Highway Commission 

H. S. Storr Co., office furniture, .State Highway Commission _. 

Goodwin-Smith Furniture Co., table. Administration Building. 

J. L. O'Quinn & Co., plants 

McDonald & Thomas, painting, Dept. Public Instruction 

Raleigh Towel Supply Co., service. State Highway Commission 

Superintendent of Documents, supplies. State Highway Commission.. 












Thompson Electrical Co., repairs, several departments 





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Statement E — Continued. 



PUBUC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS— COh/ in UCd. 






May, 1918. 








t 4.70 




Andrew Burnett work in Capitol-l — - 


9.00 




Felt & Tarrant Mfg. Co., comptometer. Auditor's Department --- 


350.00 






4.25 






8.00 






54.29 






9.00 




Carolina Blue Printers, printed supplies. State Highway Commission . 


1.75 




G. F. Kennedy, custodian, salary. May 


90.00 


$ 810. U 


June. 1918. 






Andrew Burnett, labor. Capitol - _. 


$ 9.00 




Southern Bell Telephone Co., phone rent. State Highway Commission. 


5.50 




Mont. R. Haynes, furniture repairs 


30.00 




Commercial Building Co., office rent, .State Highway Commission 


175.00 




Burroughs Adding Machine Co.. office equipment. Highway Com 


195.02 




C. R- Boone, uniform, elevator boy. State Departments Building 


13.50 




Monroe Calculating Machine Co., machine. Corporation Commission.. 


300.00 




Gunn Disinfectant and Oil Corporation, sweeping comp.. Capitol 


6.63 






4.00 




Thomas Williams, awning. Administration Building 


15,00 










Commercial Building Co.. office rent. May. State Highway Com 


175.00 






58,00 




H. S. Storr Co.. office supplies. .State Highway Commission 


10.80 






13.00 




Whiting-Horton Co.. uniforms, watchman and janitor, Capitol 


60.00 




Keuffel & Esser Co., office fixtures. State Highway Commission 


9,48 




Eugene Dietzgen Co., office fixtures. State Highway Commission. 


.67 




Edwards & Broughton Ftp. Co.. office equipment. Highway Com 


.80 




Monroe Calculating Machine Co., office equipment. Highway Com 


9.50 




KeufTel & Esser Co.. office equipment. Highway Commission.. 


.85 




Andrew Burnett, work. Capitol 


9.00 






10.00 




J. S. Wiggs. windshields. .\ttorney-Generars Department 


8.35 






5.05 






31.35 




A. J. Bob. spray. Capitol 


15.00 




Andrew Burnett, work. Capitol _ 


9.00 






6 50 










G. F. Kennedy, custodian, salary, June 


90.00 
9.00 












1.300.85 


July, 1918. 




Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repairs. Capitol 


t 1.00 




Raleigh Roofing and Cornice Co.. repairs. State Departments Bldg 


2.50 




T. F. Brockwell. repairs to locks, keys, etc., several departments 


11.05 






240.00 
2.60 








Thomas Williams, cleaning carpets. Administration Building 


5.00 




Imperial Brush Co., brushes, Administration Building... 


33.00 




W. E. Holland, work. Central Heating Plant 


4.00 




Andrew Burnett, labor. Capitol.. 


9.00 




Raleigh Floral Co.. plants, Administration Building _. 


1.25 




Sanitary Laundry, rent. Arsenal 


78.76 




Thompson Electrical Co.. repairs, several departments 


45.20 




James E. Thtem. office equipment. State Highway Commission 


6.15 





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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS — Continued. 

July. 1918. 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co., office furniture, several departments.. 
T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware supplies, several departments!. 

T. F. Brockwell. repairs, locks, keys, Capitol- 

Andrew Burnett, work, Capitol 

Commercial Building Co., rent office, State Highway Co 

W. E. Fann. repairs. Central Heating Plant — . 

India Alkali Works, 3 barrels washing powder, Capitol 

G. L. Vinson Co., plumbing repairs. State Departments Building 

G. L. Vinson Co., plumbing repairs. Treasury Department 

Andrew Burnett, work, Capitol 

W. E. Fann, work: Central Heating Plant 

Carolina Power and Light Co., equipment, Highway Commission 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service. Highway Commission 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., supplies. Highway Commission- 
Raleigh Towel Supply Co., service 

Whiting-Horton Co.. uniform, watchman. Administration Building- 
Andrew Burnett, work, Capitol - 

G. F. Kennedy, custodian, salary, July - 

August, 1918. 

H. S. Storr Co.. fixtures, Dept. Pubhc Instruction 

I. B. MuUis, supplies. Highway Commission _-- 

C. R. Boone, uniforms. Executive Department 

Underwood Typewriter Co., equipment. Highway Commission 

Office Service Co., supplies, several departments 

Andrew Burnett, work, Capitol 

Thomas WiUiams, awnings. Supreme Court Building-- -- 

Thomas Williams & Son, cleaning rugs. Administration Building - 

R. L. Hunter, cleaning rugs. State Department -- -. 

Thompson Electrical Co., repairs, several departments--- 

Johnson tfc Johnson Co., ice. State Highway Commission-.- , 

Andrew Burnett, work, Capitol 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies, several departments - 

Arthur H Thomas Co., equipment. State Highway Commission 

Thomas Williams & Son, cleaning carpets, .\dniinistration Building _. 

Sanitary Laundry, rent. Arsenal- 

G. L. Vinson Co., supplies. State Highway Commission 

The W. S. Tyler Co., office equipment, State Highway Commission ... 

G. L. Vinson Co., repairs. State Departments Building , 

Thomas Williams & Son, cleaning carpets. Administration Building... 

James E. Thiem office equipment. State Highway Commission 

Andrew Burnett, work, Capitol 

W. H. Brewer, sundry repairs. Supreme Court Building 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co.. furniture, Supt. Public Instruction... 

W. H. Brewer, repairing elevator. State Departments Building 

Commercial Building Co.. rent office, State Highway Commission . 

American Typefounders Co., cabinet, Dept. Labor and Printing 

Andrew Burnett, work in Capitol 

N. L. Walker, repairs to elevator, State Departments Building 

B. W. Wilson Paper Co., awning cord .- 

J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., floor brushes, Capitol 

Andrew Burnett, work in Capitol 

N. L. Walker, supplies, .State Highway Co 
G. F. Kennedy, salary, August 



9.00 
175.00 

35.10 

42.75 
3.50 
4.50 
9.00 
4.25 

14.00 
S.50 
9.40 
2.00 

30.00 
9.00 

90.00 



57.67 
5.28 
60.00 
83.03 
18.00 
9.00 
46.50 
20.00 
10.00 
31.00 
4.80 
9.00 
4.87 
18.50 
11.55 
78.75 
30.00 
198.00 
4.00 



9.00 
8.30 

135.41 
7.95 

175.00 
50.60 
9.00 
3.50 
4.97 
60.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS .IND GROUNDS — COTltinued. 

September, 1918. 

Lunisden Bros., map cases. State Department % 

H. S. Storr Co., office furniture, Corporation Commission 

J. C. Lowe, furniture repairs. Insurance Department 

Cross & Linehan Co.. 5 uniforms, employees — 

Thompson Electrical Co., repairs, several departments 

Esau Patterson, labor. Central Heating Plant- 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co.. repairs, several departments 

Roy Burnett, work in Capitol 

C. V. York, lumber. Storage Warehouse 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co.. 2 rugs. State Department 

T. F, Brockwell, repairs, locks, etc.. several departments 

H. S. Storr Co., ofEce equipment. State Highway Commission.. 

Esau Patterson, labor. Central Heating Plant.. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service. State Highway Commission 

Commercial Building Co., rent office. Highway Commission 

Lumsden Bros., equipment. State Highway Commission 

T. H. Briggs i Sons, equipment. State Highway Commission 

Carolina Hardware Co., equipment. State Highway Commission 

Andrew Burnett, work, Capitol 

The .\rthur H. Thomas Co., equipment. State Highway Commission . 

Eugene Dietzgcn Co., office furniture. State Highway Commission 

KeufFel & Esser Co.. office equipment. State Highway Commission 

McGraw-Hill Book Co.. office equipment. State Highway Com 

H. Ohashi & Co.. office supplies. State Highway Commission 

H. S. Storr Co., office furniture, Dept. Public Instruction 

Lumsden Bros., plumbing and repairs. Administration Building 

J. S. Wiggs. grating. Storage Warehouse ' 

Joe Mordecai, labor. Central Heating Plant 

A. H. Byrum, lumber. Storage Warehouse 

W. E. Holland, labor. Central Heating Plant 

C. W. Roe, repairs to furniture. Capitol Building __ 

G. F. Kennedy, salary, September _ 

October, 1918. 

James A. Salter, material and labor. Storage Warehouse S 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repairs, several departments 

T. W. Dobbin Co., furnishings, ,\dministration Building 

Thompson Electrical Co., repairs, several departments 

G. L, \'inson Co., plumbing repairs, several departments 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, rent. Arsenal, 2 months 

Andrew Burnett, labor, Capitol 

Lumsden Bros., equipment. State Highway Commission 

Young & Hughes, plumbing repairs, several departments 

A. E. Glenn, furnishings and glazing. Administration Building i 

Boylan-Pcarce Co.. furnishings, several departments _. 

T. F. Brockwell. key. Treasury Department 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co., furniture. State Departments Bldg. .-i 

Commercial Building Co , rent office. State Highway Commission ' 

Dillon Supply Co., supplies. Central Heating Plant 

Andrew Burnett, labor, Capitol 

W. E. Fann, repairs, Central Heating Plant 

James A. Salter, blue prints. Highway Commission. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies, Highway Commission 

Andrew Burnett, labor 1 

Chicago Steel Tape Co., office supplies. Highway Co 
J. L. Smathers & Son, office supplies. Highway Com 
The W. S. Tyler Co., office supplies. Highway Commission., 
Ottawa Silica Co., office supplies, Highway Commission 



6.50 I 

6.50 

5.00 
150.00 
59.70 
15.00 
47.85 

9.00 
131. W I 
12.00 j 

7.25 I 
71.00 1 
15.00 j 

5.50 
175.00 ' 
14.00 < 
22.82 j 

1.95 
12.00 
18.50 
269.32 I 

3.70 
12.50 

7.80 
126.89 j 
91.80 ' 
67.75 i 

1.50 
92.40 

9.60 

3.00 
90.00 



37.45 i 

4.70 j 

3.50 

7.20 i 

• 5.25 i 

157.50 

12.00 

7.50 

11.70 

7.50 I 

1.75 I 

.35 



175.00 
25.06 
12.00 
2D. 95 
65.00 
.85 
12.00 
20.00 

196. 75 
15.16 
2.25 



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Statement E) — Continued. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROVtiVS— continued. 

October, 1918. 

Green Bros., office supplies, Highway Commission ^' 

Burton & Holt, office supplies, Highway Commission 

H. M. Olive, sand. Central Heating Plant 

George Thompson, labor. State Department 

Andrew Burnett, labor. Capitol 

M. R. Haynes, repairing chairs, Dept. Public Instruction 

H. E. Browder & Co., driveway and curbing. Warehouse 

G. F. Kennedy, salary. October. - _ 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware supplies, several departments 

November, 1918, 

Young & Hughes, repairs. State Departments Buildmg 

Andrew Burnett, work in Capitol 

Charles B. Warden, work in Capitol 

W. P. Baker Co.. repairing roof . Capitol 

Cross & Linehan Co.. uniforms, messengers. Administration Bldg.. 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. ice. State Highway Commission 

T. F. Brockwell. repairs, keys. etc.. several departments 

Thomas Williams & Son. work. Administration Building. 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co.. furniture. Auditor 

H. S. Storr Co.. office supplies. State Highway Commission 

T. W. Dobbin Co.. supplies. Administration Building 

Thompson Electrical Co., repairs, several departments 

Andrew Burnett, work in Capitol- 

C. B. Warden, work in Capitol .._ 

Commercial Building Co.. rent office. Highway Commission 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repairs, Capitol 

Raleigh Towel Supply Co., serWce, Highway Commission 

Keuffel & Esser Co., office supplies. Highway Commission 

W. S. Tyler, office supplies. Highway Commission 

Andrew Burnett, work in Capitol 

A. E. Glenn, painting, etc.. Adjutant General's Department 

C. B. Warden, work in Capitol 

Whiting-Horton Co.. uniforms, employees. Capitol 

Otis Elevator Co.. repairs, oil. etc.. State Departments Building... 

D. Van Nostrand Co.. office supplies. State Highway Commission 

Keuffel & Esser Co., office supphes. State Highway Commission 

Lang Powell, work at Warehouse. State Department 

Andrew Burnett. *ork, Capitol 

McDonald & Thomas, supplies, several departments 

Lang Powell, work in Warehouse 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co., supplies. Highway Commission... 

G. F. Kennedy, custodian, salary, November 

Andrew Burnett, work in Capitol- 

Total 

PUBLIC PRINTIXG. 

Paid on above account as follows; 
December, 1917. 

Commercial Printing Co... 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

A. Zichtl & Co.. Printing. Historical Commission 

Gibba & Van Vleck. Printing, Geological Survey 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 




4.50 
12.00 
12.75 
28.75 
52.50 

2.40 

5.20 

1.00 
75.60 
12.10 

1.75 
75.45 
12.00 
12.75 
175.00 
23.40 

2.50 

3.10 
22.80 
12,00 
87.00 
12.75 
70.00 
649.90 

6.00 
23.05 

2.50 
12.00 
11.74 

3.00 
32.50 
90.00 
12.00 



s 


757.46 




745.79 




1.175.51 




63.00 




1,320.00 




587.94 




1,605.96 



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299 



Statement E— Continued. 



PUBLIC PRINTING— nm(inu«d. 
January, 1918, 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co"."."."."""."" ' ^^•'^ 

Commercial Printing Co.. ' 132.61 

Edwards & Broughton Printing "co ' I ^^'"^ 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co....".".".".".'."."." ' '■^'"•-? 

Commercial Printing Co... _ I 488.25 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co ' " , ^^"'^^ 

- - ! 299.39 

February, 1918. 

Commercial Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co " * 180.62 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co! ' ^^'-'^ 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. .[_'_'_[ " ""| ^^^'^ 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co '''^^ I 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co ' ^-^^ 

" --- - 571.74 

• March, 1918. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co , . i 

Commercial Printing Co "" 135.31 

Edwards & Broughton Printing'co '"' ""•'* 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co .'." " .^-^^ 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co "' =12.77 

A Zichtl & Co.. Binding, Historial Com'm"i^[on " ^"M? 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co. ' '"" " *•"" 

5gg_,. 

April, 1918, I j 

Commercial Printing Co. 

Edwards & Broughton Printin"6"co!.'.' ' ^-^•'« I 

Commercial Printing Co 653.92 

Edwards & Broughton Printing"co"."!. ' ^"'-'^ 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co .... """ ***'^ 

Commercial Printing Co. ~ 1,151.18 

Edwards-i Broughton Print"in"g"co"' '"" '""" " "*•" 

988,04 I 

Way. 1918. ■ 

Mit<-hell Printing Co 

Edwards A Broughton Printing Co ""■ ' ^°'"' 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co " '■""•" I 

Edwards 4 Broughton Printing Co """' """■ ^'"'■''* I 

Commercial Printing Co - "''-S' 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co" " "'" '''^- "^ 

- 448.54 

June, 1918. i 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edw:irds & Broughton Printing Co..." i * ^''^'^ 

Commercial Printing Co 554.09 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co "' I ^^-'^ I 

Edwards A- Broughton Printing Co " *'"'■''* 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co I '•716-34 

Pamlico Printing Co ."." 1,234.26 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co ^'-'^ 

Commercial Printing Co _'_'_' 268.10 1 

Commercial Printing Co... 633.75 j 

IMwards & Broughton Pri"nt"in"g"co ' '*'■" 

i 500.00 

July, 1918. 

CampljclMVarren Co., .Slate Library ! , 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co j * '''"' i 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co ^^■''° 

I 825.74 



300 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



PUBLIC PRINTING — continued. 
July. 1918. 

Commercial Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

Scott-Foresman & Co 

The McMillan Co 

Chas. L. VanNoppen _. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co _ 

Commercial Printing Co 1 .-_ 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co ___ 

August, 1918. 

Silver-Burdett & Co - 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co _ 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co _ 

Commercial Printing Co - 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co. _ 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co. 

September, 1918. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co _-- 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

October, 1918. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co — 

Commercial Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co - 

November, 1918. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co _ 

Stearns Engraving Co., cut Health Department. 
A. Zichtl & Co., Printing, Historical Commission 

Total 



REPRINT SUPREME COURT ] 

Paid on above account as follows: 

December, 1917. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., Vol. 159 

Commercial Printing Co., Vol. 58-120 

Commercial Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 



734.19 
811.83 
20.75 
10.00 
35.00 
653.03 
862.88 
116.50 



923.26 

60S. 12 

733.08 

243.29 

1,329.07 

1,078.98 

378.73 

1,541.53 



264.05 
449.37 I 
405.32 
150. 97 
376.62 
77.75 
102.22 



550. 27 
271.49 
500.00 
520.74 
454.85 



2,197.62 
268.70 
26.11 



1,389.97 
464.05 
744.98 
464.81 
636.00 



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Statement E — Con-tinned. 



REPRINT SUPREME COT7BT REPORTS — continued. 

Januaiy, 1918. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.- - 

Commercial Printing Co 



February, 1918, 

Commercial Printing Co... 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. 
Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. 



April, 1918. 
Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co 



May, 1918. 
Edwards & Brought© 



Printing Co ' t 



June, 1918. 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing'Co.. 
Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. 

Commercial Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. 



28.30 
1,334.21 
981.49 
606.00 
673.72 



913.35 
600.00 
600.00 



March, 1918. 

Mitchell Printing Co $ 195.27 [ 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co .-| 600.00 

Commercial Printing Co ' 380.00 

Commercial Printing Co ' 555,45 



494.30 
458.68 
171.20 



350.00 

600.00 

203.92 

450.00 ! 

404.45 

500.00 



September, 1918, 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co i 1,353.93 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 1,257.72 



i ST-VTE T.VXE3. 



Paid on above account as follows; 
December. 1917. ' 

W. F. Grimes, sheriff, Johnston County, 1917 $ 

K. E. Davis, sheriff, Warren County, 1916 

U. D. Blalock, sheriff, Stanly County, 1917 

March, 1918. 

E. II. Walton, sheriff. Onslow County, 1917 t 

Geo. W. Goodwin, sheriff, Chowan County, 1917 

W. C. Robertson, sheriff. Polk County. 1917 

J. W. Bennett, sheriff, Yancey County, 1917 



6.00 
3.00 
3.00 



3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



STATE TAXES — Continued. 
Auril. 19)8. 

Cha3. R. Latham, sheriff, Ashe County. 1917 

R. A. Adams, sheriff, Alexander County, 1917 

J. M. Clarke, sheriff, Bladen County, 1917.. 

J. A. Triplett, sheriff, Caldwell County, 1917. 

J. O. .\mmons, sheriff. Columbus County, 1917 

J. W. Brown, sheriff. Gates County. 1917 

Leon T. Lane, sheriff. Chatham County, 1917 

Jno. W. Cooper, sheriff, Bertie County, 1917 

Ed. Kitchens, sheriff. Clay County, 1917 

G. G. Best, sheriff, Duplin County, 1917 

Alex. Moore, sheriff, Macon County, 1917 

J. -A.. Laughridge, sheriff. McDowell County. 1917 

J. H. Sears, sheriff. Wake County, 1917 




May, 1918. 

G. F. VVinecoff, sheriff, Davie County. 1917... 

L. F. Burleson, sheriff, Mitchell, 1917 

S. P. Christian, sheriff. Stokes County. 1917.. 

C. E. Tanner, sheriff, Rutherford County. 1917 

Caney Ramsey, sheriff, Madison County, 1917 

W. D. McLaurin, sheriff Scotland County, 1917 

C. D. Story, sheriff, .\lamance County, 1917 

W. D. Woodruff, sheriff, Wilkes County, 1917 

Farmers Bank of Woodland. Treasurer, Northampton County, 1917.. 

T. N. Fitch, sheriff, Caswell County, 1917.... 

B. F. Bray, sheriff. Perquimans County, 1917 

R. B. Hyatt, sheriff, Edgecombe County, 1917 



June, 1918. 

I. T. McLamb, sheriff. Sampson County, 1917. 
N. S. Thompson, sheriff. Person County, 1917. 
D. B. Stafford, sheriff, Guilford County, 1917.. 



July. 1918. 

W. H. Turlington, sheriff, Harnett County, 1917.. 

J. F. Harward, sheriff, Durham County, 1917 

J. H. Page, sheriff, Martin County, 1917 

A. F. Reeves, sheriff, Alleghany County, 1917 

L. D. Farrow, sheriff. Dare County, 1917 

G. M. Cole, sheriff. Jackson County, 1917 .- 



August, 1918. 

Edgar Hall, sheriff, Hoke County, 1917 

W: F. Brown, sheriff, Henderson County. 1917 

Chas. Reid, sheriff, Pasquotank County, 1917 

M. P. Alexander, sheriff, Iredell County, 1917 

R. B. Lane, sheriff. Craven County, 1917 

T. S. Clark, sheriff, Anson County, 1917 

N. C. Warren, sheriff. Nash County, 1917 

Geo. C. Jackson, sheriff New Hanover County, 1917.. 

Joe E. Reynolds, sheriff. Tyrrell County. 1917 

W. P. Moody, sheriff, Watauga County, 1917.... 

J. E. Zachary, sheriff, Yadkin County, 1917 

A. P. Willis, sheriff, Lincoln County, 1917... 



September, 1918. 

D. E. Lasater, sheriff Lee County, 1917. 



9.00 
12.00 



s 


6.00 




3.00 




3.00 




3.00 




3.00 




6.00 




9.00 




3.00 




3.00 




3.00 




3.00 




3.00 


t 


9,00 



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Xo. 



303 



Statement E — Continued. 



XG STATE TAXES. — Coniinxud. 
October, 1918. 

J. E. Robinson, sheriff, Brunswick County, 1917 

K. E. Flora, sheriff, Currituck County. 1917 

W. B. Carringer, sheriff, Swain County, 1917 

T. L. Gardner, sheriff, Rockingham County. 1917 

H. D. Baldwin, sheriff, Richmond County. 1917 

November. 1918. 

C. P. Gaston, tax collector. Buncombe County, 1917 

J. B. Hargett, sheriff Jones County, 1917 _ 

J. V. Griffith, sheriff. Union County, 1917 

J. E. Rcld, sheriff, Washington County, 1917 

H. M. Caldwell, sheriff, Cabarrus County, 1917.... 

V, W. Greene, sheriff, Avery County, 1917 

A. T. Delap. sheriff, Da\ndson County, 1917 

U. G. Belton. sheriff, Surry County, 1917.. 

H. G. Connor, Jr.. Attorney, Wilson County. 1917... 

J. A. Ammons. sheriff. Graham County. 1917 

D. Al. Blue, sheriff. Moore County. 1917 

Jno. H. Hipps, sheriff, Haywood County, 1917 

Cos Paxton, sheriff. Transylvania County, 1917... 

T. M. Thomas, Jr., sheriff, Carteret County, 1917 

S. C. Hobgood. sheriff. Gran\'llle County, 1917 

P. C. Gentry, sheriff, Cherokee County, 1917 

Chas. G. Rosemond. sheriff. Orange County, 1917 

W. D. Lackey, sheriff. Cleveland County, 1917 

H. X. Kearney, sheriff, Franklin County. 1917 

N. W. Wallace, sheriff, Mecklenburg, 1917 

•John A. Isenhourer, sheriff, Catawba County, 1917 

R. E. Daris, sheriff, Warren County, 1917.. 

Joseph McLawhorn. sheriff, Pitt County, 1917 

A. W. Taylor, sheriff, Lenoir County, 1917 , 

Total 

soldiers' home. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1917. 

B. U. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support. 

January. 1918. 
B, R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support. 

March, 1918. 
H. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support. 

April. 1918. 
B, K. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support. 

May. 1918. 

B. K. Lacy, Treasurer ex offtcio, appropriation for support 

June, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. Trearturer ex officio, appropriation for support. 





3.00 




9.00 




3.00 




3.00 


s 


3.00 




6.00 




12.00 




3.00 




12.00 



6.00 
3.00 
6.00 
6,00 
3.00 
3.00 

15.00 
3.00 
6.00 
3.00 
6.00 

12.00 
3.00 
3.00 
9.00 
6.00 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



soldiers' home — continued. 
July, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ei 



appropriation for support,. 



:io, appropriation for support. 



August, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ( 



September, 1918. 

B. R. Laoy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, uniforms 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, marking Confederate cemetery graves 



SPECIAL AUDITING ACCOUNT. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January. 1918. 
Fallen, Henderson. McKinney & Co.. P. M. G.-N. C. X. G.- 



May. 1918. 

PuUen, Henderson, McKii 



■ & Co., Auditing State Hospitals., 



SPECIAL TAX COMMISSION. 

Paid on above account as follows 



November, 1918. 
J. Z. Green, expenses.. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
September, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer State Board of Education, pro. bo 



November. 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer State Board of Educati( 



. allot., bond sales.. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
February. 1918. 
B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage j S 10.00 



3,500.00 
9,500.00 

1.000.00 
250.00 



s 


396.85 


$ 


396.85 
95.00 


1 


95.00 








t 


491.85 



March, 1918. I 

C. Call, services and expenses ^ $ 46.44 

W. G. Lamb, services and expenses : 553.60 

W. G, Lamb, services and expenses 33.00 

J. W. Pass, services and expenses.. 36.64 

R. T. Claywell, services and expenses 88.26 

W. J. Davis, services and expenses 71.12 

W. S. Wilson, services to board 50.00 

Francis Wilson services to board J 25.00 



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305 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS — continued. 

April, 1918. 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, postage 

Frances Wilson, services _ 

W. G. Lamb, services and expenses. _. 

W. S. Wilson, services 

Frances Wilson, services 

Sophie Busbee, services 



30.00 
20,00 I 
306,30 j 
130,00 I 
20.00 
15.00 



May, 1918. 
B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage.. 
\V. G. Lamb, services and expenses.. 
W. I. Davis, services and expenses... 
Sophie Busbee. 
Frances Wilson, 
B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage.. 

W. S. Wilson, sen-ices... 

W. G. Lamb, ser\*ices and expenses.. 

Miss F. Wilson, services 

Sopliie D. Busbee, services 



50.00 
200.50 
134.12 
20.00 
20.00 
50.00 
100.00 
155.85 
20.00 
15.00 



June. 1918. 

Frances Wilson, services 

R. T. CIajT\'eU, secretary services, stamps, and telegrams 

R. T. Claywell, services and expenses, meeting Board of Elections.. 

Clarence Call, services and expenses 

W. J. Davis, services and expenses. 

\V. G. Lamb, services and expenses 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., tolls 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

W. S. WUson, services -.. 

Frances Wilson, serWces 

Sophie Busbee, services 

nd expenses 

i and expenses 

es and expenses 

ees and expenses. 

vices and expenses 



: Call, 



B. ,S. Royster. servi' 
R. T. Claywell. 5er\ 
Wdson G. Lamb, se 



20.00 
281.25 
51.00 
78.10 I 
86.21 
210.50 j 
15.79 
20.00 
100.00 
20.00 
10.00 
53.10 
77.81 
39.94 
52.00 
40.00 



July, 1918. 

Frances Wilson, ser^'ices 

W. J. Davis, services and expenses 

Clarence Call, services and expenses.. 
B. S. Royster, services and expenses.. 
B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage... 
W. G. Lamb, services and expenses... 

Miss F. Wilson, services 

W. S. Wilson, services.. , 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage... 



20.00 
77.77 
53.12 
35.82 
50.00 
290. 45 
20.00 
130.00 
100.00 



August, 1918. 
Miss F. Wilson, service! 
W. S. Wilson, services.. 
W. S. Wilson, services.. 



$ 20.00 

68.10 j 
120.00 



October, 1918. 

Mrs. W. S. Wilson, services.. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Alfred Williams & Co., stationery supplies.. 



$ 20.00 

30.00 
24.95 



20 — Part I — 1018 



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[Session 



Statement E] — Gontinued. 



STATE BOARD OP ELECTIONS— CO n/in«cd. 

November, 1318. 

Wm. Birdsall, 9ervices $ 10.00 

Wilson G. Lamb, services and expenses ._ _ __ 551.80 1 

Clarence Call, expenses - i 117.10 

R. T. Claywell. expenses. \ 108.00 

Wilson G. Lamb, services and expenses _ _._ 61.50 

W. I. Davis, expenses — _. 91.27 

B. S. Royster. services and expenses — 58.80 

W. S. Wilson, services 250.00 

Mrs. W. S. Wilson, services 50.00 [ 

Total 



rATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, REFUND. 



Paid on above account as follows 
May, 1918. 

J. C. Herbert, return fee, primary election 

J. Clyde Ray, return fee, primary election , 

G. H. Wright, return fee, primary election 

S. G. Bernard, refurn fee, primary election 

H. G. Connor, Jr., return fee, primary election 

G. E. Hood, return fee, primary election.. 

G. L. Williamson, return fee, primary election 

J. W. Hayes, return fee. primary election 

Van B. Martin, return fee. primary election 

M. H. Caldwell, return fee. primary election. 

J. W. Hayes, return fee, primary election 

A. B. Palmer, return fee. primary election 

J. A. Pickett, return fee, primary election.. 

J. W. Keerans, return fee. primary election .-. 

J. L. Delaney, return fee, primary election 

W. P. Horton, return fee, primary election. 

W. S. Bailey, return fee, primary election 

F. M. Farrell. return fee. primary election 

R. L. Burns, return fee, primary election 



5.00 
5.00 

20.00 

20.00 
5.00 

50.00 
5.00 

20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

50.00 
5.00 
5.00 



June, 1918. 

.W. B. Council, retu 



1 fee, primary electic 



July. 1918. 

W. H. McNeill, return fee, primary election.. 



BOARD OF EXAMINE 



Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

Marybelle Delamar, services $ 100.00 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston, salary and expenses .-! 208.34 

Susan Fulghum, salary and expenses 208.34 

Hattie Parrott, salary and expenses 208.34 

D. F. Giles, salary and expenses ' 250.00 

A. T. Allen, salary and expenses 250.00 

J. H. Highsmith, salary and expenses — 250.00 



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307 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS — Continued: 
January, 1918. 

-Marybelle Delamar, salary, December 

J. H. Highsmith, salary and expenses, December 

D. F. Giles, salary and expenses, December 

A. T. Allen, salary and expenses, December 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston, salary and expenses, December.. 

Hattie Parrott, salary and expenses, December 

Susan Fulghum. salary and expenses. December 

February. 1918. 

A. T. Allen, salary and expenses, January 

D. F. Giles, salary and expenses, January 

J. H. Highsmith, salary and expenses. January 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston, salary and expenses, January 

Susan Fulghum, salary and expenses, January 

Hattie Parrott. salary and exp>enses, January 

Marybelle Delamar, salary and expenses, January 

March, 1918. 
Marybelle Delamar, salary. February 

J. H. Highsmith. salary and expenses, February 

A. T. Allen, salary and expenses, February 

D. F. Giles, salary and expenses, February _._ 

Hattie Parrott. salary and expenses, February 

Susan Fulghum, salary and expenses, February 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston, salary and expenses, February... 
Mary Bradley, salary, February. 

April. 1918. 

Marybelle Delamar, salary. March _ 

A. T. .Ulen. salary and expenses, March 

J. H. Highsmith. salary and expenses, March.. 

D. F. Giles, salary and expenses. March 

Hattie Parrott, salary and expenses. March 

Susan Fulghum, salary and expenses, March 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston, salary and expenses, March 

Mary H. Bradley, salary, March 

May, 1918. 

Marybelle Delamar, services, April 

Mary H. Bradley, sen.*ices, .\pril.. 

A. T. .\llen, servirea and expenses 

D. F. Giles, services and expenses 

J. H. Highsmith. services and expenses 

Susan Fulghum, services and expenses _ 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston, services and expenses 

Hattie Parrott, services and expenses 

June, 1918. 

Marybelle Delamar. services 

Mary H. Bradley, services. 

A. T. Allen, services and expenses 

D. F. Giles, services and expenses 

J. H. Highsmith, services and expenses 

Hattie Parrott, services and expenses 

Susan Fulghum, services and expenses 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston, services and expenses 

Mary H. Bradley 



t 100.00 


250.00 


250.00 


250.00 


208.33 


208.33 


208.33 


% 250.00 


250.00 


250.00 


208.33 


208.33 


208.33 


100.00 


t 100.00 


250.00 


250.00 


250.00 


208.33 


208.33 


208.33 


60.00 


S 100.00 


275.00 


275.00 


275.00 


233.34 


233.34 


233.34 


80.00 


S 100.00 


80.00 


258.33 


258.33 


258.33 


216.66 


216.66 


216.66 


S 100.00 


80.00 


258.33 


258.33 


258.33 


216.67 


216.67 


216.07 


80.00 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS- 

July, 1918. 

A. T. Allen, services and expenses 

D. F. Giles, services and expenses 

J. H. Highsmith, services and expenses 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston, services and expenses., 

Susan Fulghum, services and expenses 

Hattie Parrott, services and expenses 

Marybelle Delamar, salary. June 

L. A. Williams, services 

J. L. Levister, services 

W. A. Patillo, services.— _. 

C. L. W. Smith, services.— _ 

G. E. Davis, services. __ 

Mrs. F. C. Williams, services --. 

J. T. Barber, services 

Jessie Williams, services 

W. A. Blair, treasurer, services 



2S8.34 
258.34 
258.34 
216.67 
216.67 
216.67 
100.00 
5.00 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 
30.00 
150.00 



August, 1918. 

Marybelle Delamar, salary, July 

Mary H. Bradley, salary, July. 

H, W. Lilly, services 

Isabelle McKenzie. services 

Ursula Blankensliip, services 

Frances Lacy, services. 

Frances Suttle, services 

Eliza Parker, services.. 

W, S. Snipes, services. 

E. H. Moses, services 

A. T. Allen, services and expenses 

D. F. Giles, services and expenses 

J. H. Highsmith, services and expenses 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston, services and expenses.. 

Susan Fulghum, services and expenses 

Hattie Parrott, services and expenses 

C. R Frazier, services 

W. A. Patillo, services 

Mrs. J. H Sampson, services.. 

Chas. H. Boyer, services 

EUza Parker, services 

Isabelle McKenzie, services 

E. H. Moses, services 

Frances Lacy, services 

Frances Suttle, services 

Ursula Blankensliip, services 

W. S. Snipes, services 

C. L. W. Smith, services 

J. H. Michael, services __ 

G. E, Davis, services -.. 

J. L. Levister, services.. .__ 

Mrs. J. H. Sampson, services 

J. H. Samps. 



100.00 
80.00 
130.00 
60.00 
60.00 
65.00 
60.00 
60.00 
25.00 
42.60 
258.33 
258.33 
258.33 
216.66 
216.66 
216.66 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00, 
70.00 
65.00 
20.00 
67.50 
70.00 
70.00 
30.00 
65.00 
50.00 
6,5.00 
130.00 
65.00 
65.00 



September, 1918. 

Marybelle Delamar, salary, August 

Mary H. Bradley, salary, August 

A. T. Allen, services and expenses 

J. H. Highsmith, services and expenses.. 
D. F. Giles, services and expenses 



100.00 
80.00 
258.33 
258.33 
258.33 



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309 



Statement E — Continued. 



8TATB BOABD OF EXAMlitERB— continued. 

September, 1918. 
Susan Fulghum. services and expenses 


t 216.67 
216.67 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 
216.67 
65.00 
65.00 
130.00 
65.00 
65,00 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 
12.85 




J. T. Barber, services 

Julia A. Ames services 

W. B. Crittenden, services -. -_- _-. 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston, services and eipenses- . — 

Mrs. F. C. Williams, services 

Chas. H. Boyer. services 








Telle L. Faulk, services. 












Telie Faulk, services 




Alice Ridick, services 






$ 2,397.85 


October, 1918. 


$ 258.34 
258.34 
258.34 
216.67 
216.67 
216.67 














Hattie Parrott. services and expenses - 

Susan Fulghum services and expenses 





Marybelle Delamar, services.. 

Mary H. Bradley, services 

Alice Ridick. services 

W. B. Crittenden, services 

W. G. Pearson, 
A. E. Delaney. 

AUce Ridick. services 

Alice Ridick. services 

C. L. W. Smith. services- 
Alice Ridick, services 



November, 1918. 
Alice Ridick, 

A. T. Allen, services and expenses 

D. F. Giles, services and expenses 

J. Henry Highsmith. services and expenses.. 

Marybelle Delamaf: services 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston, services and expenses.. 



and expenses... 
and expenses.. 



Hattie Parrott, 
Susan Fulghun 
Mary H. Bradley 
Alice Ridick, services 
Alice Ridick, services 
Alice Ridick, services 
Alice Ridick, services 



BrATE BUILDING COMMISSION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
August, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer .State Board of Education, allotment bond issue.. 



100.00 
80.00 
10.00 
65.00 
65.00 

150.00 
10.00 I 
10.00 
65.00 
10.00 ' 



10.00 
258.33 
258.33 
258.33 
125.00 
216.66 
216.66 
216.66 
100.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



STATE DEPARTMENT. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, December. 

J. E. Sawyer, corporation clerk, salary, December 

F. W. Brown, grant clerk, salary, December 

Addie Bagwell, stenographer, salary, December. _. 

January, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary. January.. 

J. E. Sawyer, corporation clerk, salary. January 

F. W. Brown, grant clerk, salary, January 

Mrs. C. L. Haynes. stenographer, salary, January 

February, 1918- 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, February. 

J, E. Sawyer, corporation clerk, salary, February 

F. W. Brown, grant clerk, salary, February.. 

Mrs. C. L. Haynes, stenographer, salary, February 

March, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, March 

J. E. Sawyer, corporation clerk, salary, March. 

F. W. Brown, grant clerk, salary, March 

Mrs. C. L Haynes, stenographer, salary, March 

April. 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, salary. April 

F. W. Brown, corporation clerk, salary, April 

Minnie Bagwell, grant clerk, salary, April 

Sarah E. Edwards, stenographer, salary, April 

May, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary. May , 

F. W. Brown, corporation clerk, salary. May.. 

Minnie Bag^vell. grant clerk, salary, May 

Sarah E. Edwards, stenographer, salary. May. 

June. 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, June 

F. W. Brown, corporation clerk, salary, June 

Minnie Bagwell, grant clerk, salary. June _ , 

Sarah E. Edwards, stenographer, salary. June 

July. 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, July 

F. W. Brown, corporation clerk, salary. July 

Minnie Bagwell, grant clerk, salary. July 

Miss S. E. Edwards, stenographer, salary, July 

August, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, salary. August 

F. W. Brown, corporation clerk, salary, August. 

Miss Minnie Bagwell, grant clerk, salary, August 

Miss S. E. Edwards, stenographer, salary. August 



166.74 
150.00 
75.00 



291; 66 
166.66 
150.00 
75.0*0 



291.66 
166.66 
150.00 
75.00 



150.00 

75.00 



150.00 
75.00 



t 


291.66 




166.66 




150.00 




73.00 


% 


291.66 




166.66 




150.00 




75.00 


i 


291.66 




166.66 




150.00 




75.00 



150.00 
75.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



6TATE DEPARTMENT — continued. 

September, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, September- 
Miss Susie Taylor, corporation clerk, salary, September- 
Miss Minnie Bagwell, grant clerk, salary, September 

Miss S. E. Edwards stenographer, salary, September 



October, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, October. 

Susie Taylor, corporation clerk, salary, October 

Minnie Bagwell, grant clerk, salary, October 

S. E. Edwards, stenographer, salary, October. 



S 291.66 
166.66 
150.00 
75.00 



November, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, November.. 

Susie Taylor, corporation clerk, salary, November 

Minnie Bagwell, grant clerk, salary, November 

S. E. Edwards, stenographer, salary, November. 



{ 291.66 
166.66 
150.00 
75.00 



( 291.66 
166.66 
150.00 
75.00 



STATE DEPARTMENT, EXTRA CLERK HIRE. 

Paid on above account as follows; 



January, 1918. 

Susie Taylor, clerk, services, November 



February, 1918. 

Susie Taylo. 



March, 1918. 

Susie Taylo 



clerk. 



April, 1918. 

Susie Taylor, clerk, services,, . 
Sophy Grimes, clerk, services, 
Susie Taylor, clerk. 



June. 1918. 
Susie Taylor, clerk, services.. 
Susie Taylor, clerk, services,, 

July, 1918. 

Susie Taylor, clerk, services.. 

September, 1918. 

■Suaie Taylor, clerk. 



STATE DEPARTMENT, LAND GRANTS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 



February. 1918. 
Sophy (Jriines. clerk, services. 



March, 1918. 
Sophy Grimes, clerk, servicee. 



35.00 
75.00 
35.00 



t 


35.00 
35.00 


l» 


35.00 


t 


35.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



STATE DEPARTMENT, LAND GRANTS — COnhnUCd. 

April. 1918. 

Sophy Grimes, clerk, services. _ $ 75.00 

Mrs. M. H. Mason, clerk, services _._ _' 17.10 



STATE EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION 

Paid on above account as follows: 
June, 1918. 

R. H. Wright, expenses 

C. C. Wright, expenses _._ _. 

E. C. Brooks, services and expenses 



August, 1918. 

L. J. Bell, services and expenses.. 



September, 1918. 

C. C. Wright, services and expenses.. 
R. H. Wright, services and expenses,. 
E. C. Brooks, services and expenses.. 
C. E. Brewer, services and expenses.. 



STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 

Paid on above account as follo' 



December, 1917. 
Joseph Hyde Pratt, appropriation.. 



March, 1918. 
Joseph Hyde Pratt, appropriation I 3,750.00 



t 


19.55 




70.21 




20.97 


i 


31.95 


s 


181.30 




32.58 




19.30 




17.00 



June. 1918, | 

Joseph Hyde Pratt, appropriation _ $ 3,750.00 , 



September, 1918. 
Joseph Hyde Pratt, appropriation $ 3,750.00 



STATE GUARD. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
F. A. Macon, paymaster general, appropriation , 



March. 1918. 

F. A. Macon, paymaster general, appropriation.. 

April, 1918, 

F. A. Macon, paymaster general, appropriation.. 
F. A. Macon, paymaster general, appropriation.. 



$ 3,000.00 , 
2,000.00 ' 



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313 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE GUARD — COnUltUed. 

June, 1918. 

F. A. Macon, paymaster general, appropriation $ 3,000.00 



August, 1918. 

F. A. Macon, paymaster general, appropriation _ i $ 10.000.00 



November, 1918. 
F. A, Macon, paymaster general, appropriation S 2,000.00 



STATE GUARD. 



Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

Sanitary laundry, rent, etc., arsenal, November.-. $ 

J. W. Pike, guard, salary, December 



January, 1918. 

.N'orfolk Southern Ry. Co.. account C. A C. Snow Hill riot $ 

S. A. L. Ry., expenses C. A. C guard duty 

Norfolk Southern Ry., expenses, C. A. C guard duty 

Southern Ry.. expenses, C. A. C. guard duty 

Sergeant J. \V. Pike, guard, salary. January 



March, 1918. 
Major Wm. F. Moody, services Snow Hill < 
J. W. Pike, guard, salary, March 



, S. O. 147, A. G. O 



April, 1918. 
J. W. Pike, guard. 



April. 



May, 1918. 
Capt. E. A. Metts, expenses Wilmington, S. O. 3. A. G. O., 1918.. 
Lawrence W. Young, expenses executing S. 0. 93. A. G. O.. 1918.. 
J. W. Pike, guard, salary. May 



July. 1918. 

L. W. Young, expenses executing S. O. 128, A. G. O., 1918 

T. M. Lassiter, feeding 110 men. Green County riot 

United States Railroad Administration, mileage for Adjutant General. 
I.anTence W. Young, expenees to Washington, D. C, S. 0. 139, A. G. O.... 
Sergeant J. W. Pike, guard, salary, July 



August, 1918. 

W. C. Horton, work at areer 
J. J. Bernard, expenses acco 



int G. O. 1. A. G. O.. 1918.. 



78.75 
50.00 



15.20 
29.90 
50.00 



February, 1918. 

Seaboard ,\ir Line Ry.. mileage book for .\djutant General $ 21.60 

L. W. Young, expenses to Washington, D. C, S. O. 18, A. G. O., 1918.. j 35. 15 

Sergeant J. W. Pike, guard, arsenal, salary, February , 50.00 



s 


16.66 
50.00 


( 


.50.00 



584.42 
14.50 
50.00 



June, 1918. i 

Sanitary laundry, rent, arsenal, April-May $ 157.50 

II. M. Dennis, services, arsenal ' 5.25 

L. W. Young, A. G., expenses to Morehead City, S. O. 109. A. G. 7.25 

J. W. Pike, guard, salary, June 50.00 



61.40 
27.60 
32.40 
72.60 
50.00 



15.00 

39.85 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE GUARD, SPECIAL — continued. 
August, 1918. 

S. A. L. Ry. Co., transportation on C. A. C, account S. O. 58 

Will Lewis, packing military supplies, arsenal 

Lawrence W. Young, expenses S. O. 163 

Sergeant J. W. Pike, salary. August ._ 



September, 1918. 
J. A. Duke, script book, Adjutant General's Department... 
Baxter Durham, amount paid for labor, arsenal, S. O. 207. 
Sergeant J. W. Pike, salary, September 



October, 1918. 
Sergeant J. W. Pike, salary, October _ _ S 

November, 1918. 
United States Railroad Administration ticket office, mileage. Adjutant 

General's Department. ' 5 

S. A. L. Ry., mileage. Adjutant General's Department 

Sergeant J. W. Pike, salary, November 



s 


12.80 




1.00 




6.50 




50.00 


$ 


30.00 




35.50 




50.00 


s 


50.00 


s 


30.00 




30.00 




50.00 



ST.VTE HIGHWAY COMMISSION. 

Paid on above account aa follows 
December, 1917. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams 

Auto Tire Repair Co., supplies __. 

Macy & Lawler, painting signs. 

Oldham & Worth, lumber.... 

M. E. Miller, services and expenses. _ 

W. M. Peyton, services and expenses.. 

R. W. McGeachy, services and expenses 

Ira B. MuUis, services and expenses 

R. E. Snowden, services and expenses 

Geo. F. Syrae, services and expenses 

W. F. Morson, services and expenses 

Wm. L. Craven, services and expenses 

R. P. Coble, services and expenses. 

Carolina Cadillac Co.. set of chains 

Thos. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware supplies 

Edwards & Broughton, printing 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B, M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Postal Telegraph Co., tolls 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supphes 

R. W. McGeachy, services and expenses. 

Keuffel & Esser Co., supplies 

Misses Reid and Willson, services 

Ed. Mellon Co., supplies 

W. M. Pe.vton, services 

Ottawa Silica Co., supplies 

E. G. Warlick, services 

W. M. Peyton, services 

R. C. Coble, services 

Southern Express Co., charges, November 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 



10.44 
75.05 

4.75 
72.69 
21.96 
60.96 
95.53 

8.42 
145. 70 
64.77 
28.75 
342.12 
170.53 

3.20 
17.12 

6.00 
18.82 
10.00 

7.25 

2.90 
73.36 
132.81 
49.50 
21.00 
40.00 

2.20 
10.00 
43.94 
37.50 
15.20 
10.02 



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Document Xo. 5 



315 



Statement E — Continued. 




STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION— COnfirtUed. 

January, 1918. 

W. L. Craven, services and expenses.. 

R. E. SnoB-den, services... 

R. P. Coble, services 

E. B. Haywood. ser\'ices 

W. S. Fallis, services and expenses 

G. F. Syme. services 

Oldham & Worth, supplies 

American Society Testing Materials, dues 

A. F. Brown, services 

W. M. Peyton. ser\-ice3 and expenses 

R. E. Suowden. expenses 

R. P. Coble, expenses - 

N. L. Walker, electrical supplies 

Carolina Power & Light Co.. current used at State Fair 

Carolina Electric Blue Printers. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. telegrams 

Everett Waddey Co.. supplies _ 

Mary Alice Moore, supplies 

February. 1918. 

R. P. Coble, services % 

Win. L. Craven, services _ _ 

W. S. Fallis. services 1 

Mrs- Chas. Gurganus. services | 

T. F. Hickerson, services I 

EUa Moore, services 

Ira B. MuUis. services 

Mrs. J. H. Slaughter, services __ ,. 

R. E. Snowden. services 

Postal Telegraph Co., services I 

C. R. Thomas, services | 

KeuflFel & Essei Co.. supplies 

R. P. Coble, expenses _ 

W. M. Peyton, services and expenses... 

R. E. Snowden. expenses 

G. F. Syme. services and expenses : 

Madge Johnson, services 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

Postal Telegraph Co.. service 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

March, 1918. 

Keuffel & Essex Co., supplies $ 

Carolina Blue Printers, supplies 

Postal Telegraph Co.. service. February 

Universal Film Exchange Co.. supplies _ 

Everett Waddey Co., supplies 

Keuffel & Esser Co., supplies I 

Ira B. Mullis. services and expenses 

W. S. Fallis. services 

Mrs. J. H. Slaughter, services 

Wm. L,. Craven, services and expenses... 

R. P. Coble, services and expenses 

W. M. Pej-ton, services 

C. R. Thomas, services 

Mrs. C. \. Gurganus, services 

John D. Waldrop. services 



175.00 ! 

140.20 j 

300.00 

73.75 I 

8.44 

50.00 j 

150.00 

75.00 ! 

175.00 1 

2.61 I 

33.75 

74.40 

118.76 

206.11 

86.79 

56.04 

75.00 

4.95 

2.23 

7.59 



3.69 

2.02 

4.60 

70.48 

49.08 

173.25 

300.00 

75.00 

273.84 

272.60 

175.00 

36.00 

5.00 

42.41 



316 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION — Continued. 
March, 1918. 

W. Z. Betts, services _ _ I J 26.50 

R. E. Snowden, services ' 175.00 

C. F. Lewis, expenses.. _ _._ I 11.65 

Ella Moore, services I 60.00 

G. F. Syme, services. 30.00 

Southern Express Co., charges. February ' 3.65 

Huntley-Stocl£ton-Hill Co., furniture I 55.00 

Capital Department Store, supplies 1.50 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage ' 75.00 

J. D. Waldrop, expenses _ I 22.37 

Ella Moore, services. ' 11.69 

W. M. Peyton, services _ j 27.18 

R. E. Snowden, expenses [ 75.70 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls i 37.50 

North Carolina Sales Co., services and supplies [ 6.95 

Carolina Blue Printers, supplies 5.74 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 11.01 



April, 1918. 

Wm. L. Craven, services $ 

Elsie Upchurch, services... i 

G. F. Syrae, services 

W. M. Peyton, services 

Huntley-Stockton-Hill Co., desk chair, hie 

Guilford Insurance and Realty Co., premium 

B. B. Tatum, moving furniture _ 

Wills Book and Stationery Co., office supplies 

Guilford Lumber Co., cabinet 

Wythe M. Peyton, expenses _ 



H. C. Wa 



vick. 



W. Z. Betts, work... 

Chas. R. Thomas, work .- 

W. S. Fallis, expenses 

R. P. Coble, salary and expenses, March 

John D. Waldrop, salary and expenses, March... 

R. E. Snowden, salary and expenses, March 

F. C. Smith, work 

Geo. F. Syme, expenses 

C. F. Lewis, work 

Ira B. MuUis, expenses 

Mrs. Chas. A. Gurganus, services as stenographs 

Wm. L. Craven, expenses 

F. C. Smith, expenses 

Carolina Electric Blue Printers, blue prints 

Reid & WiUson, typewriting 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., services 

W. S. Fallis, expenses 

Keystone Blue Paper Co., supplies 

Universal Film Echange, reels 

Keuffel & Esser Co., supplies 

Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., service 



99.20 

6.00 

30.00 

175.00 

65.00 

7.35 

3.00 

4.80 

15.00 

26.86 

21.00 

27.37 

33.06 

174.37 

266.85 

87.56 

218.50 

18.00 

27.56 

9.94 

3.94 

22.50 

33.45 

4.75 

1.35 

19.25 

13.11 

4.00 

50.71 

68.15 

2.30 

72.60 

4.63 



May, 1918. 
S. B. Howard 
W. Z. Betts, 
Mrs. Chas. A. Gurganus, 
W. L. Craven, services 



150.00 
27.00 
20.50 

134.40 



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317 



Statbtment E — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMIBBION — continued. 

May. 1918. 

F. C. Smith, services 

G. F. Syme. services 

B. M. GatlinE. postmaster, postage 

Raleigh Letter Writers, services - 

\V. M. Pe>'ton, services - 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Southern Express Co., charges.. __ 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

KeufTel & Esser Co.. supplies 

Merchants National Bank, rent of safety deposit box-- 

Huntley-Stockton-HiU Co., furniture 

Wills Book and Stationery Co. supplies 

R. P. Coble, services and expenses 

R. E. Snowden, services and expenses 

S. B. Howard, services _ 

C. R. Thomas, services -. 

W. L. Craven expenses 

J. D. Waldrop, expenses _. 

F. C. Smith, expenses 

Postal Telegraph Co., tolls 

Carolina Blue Printers, prints 

June. 1918, 

Harry Summers. 8er\'ices 

Harry Summers, services. May 

W. L. Craven, services and expenses 

W. M. Peyton. serWces and expenses 

G. V. Roberts, expenses 

F. D. Jerome, expenses 

Total— 



11.00 
30.00 
100.00 
12.30 
175.00 
1.02 
4.20 
14.53 
22.39 j 
2.70 ! 
70.00 
8.85 
306.00 
231.30 
60.00 
30.75 
51.53 
9.95 
3.60 
7.13 



10.00 
10.00 
121.82 
178.. 30 
17.66 



BTATE HIGffWAT COMMISSION. M-UNTENANCE FUND 17H PER CENT. 



Paid on above account as folio 
Decembei, 1917. 

Yates & Johnson, services 

Standard Motor Co., supplies 

Ira B. Mullis, services and expenses 

W. S. Fallis. services 

EUa B. .Moc 
Madge Join 
North Carolina Sales Co.. repairs, etc.. 

Rouzer Garage Co.. supplies 

Elwood Myers Co.. supplies 

Pierce Governor Co.. supplies 

Rouzer Garage Co.. supplies 

North Carolina Sales Co.. supplies 



175.50 
2.663.36 
125.00 
300.00 
55.77 
75.00 
12.70 



25.00 
12.00 
3.90 



January, 1918. 

Yates & Johnson , 

I. B. Mullis. services 

W. S. Fallis. services 

Ella R. Moore, ser^■ice8 

Franklin County, concrete mixer 

Rouzer Garage Co.. supplies and services 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, auto numbers. Ford cars.. 
Carroll Ad. and letter Writing Co.. services 



87.75 
125.00 
300.00 

50.00 
175.00 

26.90 
100.00 

10.00 
7.00 



318 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIQHTVAT COMMISSION, MAINTENANCE FUND, 17H% — Ci 

February, 1318. 

D. H. Winslow, services 

D. H. Winslow, expenses 

News and Observer Publishing Co., publishing ad 



52.50 

67.88 
2.70 



March, 1918. 

Raleigh Times, county lists 

Elwood Myers Co., signs 

Elwood Myers Co., signs 

News and Observer Publishing Co., publishing notices.. 

St. Louis Button Co., supplies 

Fayetteville Observer Co., publishing notice 

H. A. Siddell, supplies 

W. W. Baker, services and expenses 

Durham Motor Car Co., supplies 

W. T. Terry, supplies 

Wake Drug Store, supplies 

Carolina Blue Printers, supplies 



40.00 
6.00 
506.25 
S4.00 
19.36 
4.50 
75.00 
25.08 
258.00 
2.50 
2.75 



April, 1918. 

W. S. Fallis, services, March 

Elsie Upchurch, services 

Mrs. J. H. Slaughter, services 

I. B. Mullis. services 

Siddell Studio, films and prints 

The Raleigh Times, supplying list auto owners 

Durham Motor Car Co., Knick. tractor 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Macy & Lawler, sign 

Standard Motor Co., supphes— _-_ 

News and Observer Publishing Co., advertisement.. 
Standard Motor Co., motors 



300.00 

45.00 

85.00 

150.00 

5.60 

16.36 

258.00 

1.65 

1.00 

523.34 

1.50 

1,709.36 



May, 1918. 
Mrs. J. H. Slaughter, s 

D. H. Winslow, services 

Elsie Upchurch, services 

W. S. Fallis, services. 

I. B. Mullis. services 

Yates & Johnson, supplies 

Standard Motor Co., supplies 

Durham Motor Car Co., supplies 

The Raleigh Times, publishing advertisement- 
Universal Sales Co., supplies 

Siddell Studio, supphes 

D. H. Wilson, expenses 

Carolina Blue Printers, prints 



85.00 

175.00 

45.00 

300.00 

150.00 

29.50 

820.93 

937. 67 

1.75 

59.50 

6.00 

62.90 

2.34 



June, 1918. 

I. B. Mullis, services.. 
Mrs. J. H. Slaughter, 

Elsie Upchurch, services 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, auto licenses,. 

W. S. Fallis. services. --- 

Standard Motor Co., supplies 

Citizens Insurance Agency, expenses 

North Carolina Sales Co -. 

W. T. Terry, expenses 

Durham Motor Car Co., expenses 

D. H. Wilson, expenses 



1,50.00 
85.00 
45.00 
70.00 

300.00 
44.90 

125.00 
23.45 
2.20 

276.69 

225.60 



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DoCFMENT 1^0. 5 



319 



Statement E — Continued. 



BTATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, MAINTENANCE FUND, 17^% — continued. 

July, 1918. 
I. B. MuUii 



Mrs. J. H. Slaughter, sen 
Elsie Upchurch. services.. 
A. F. BrowQ, expenses 



150.00 
300.00 
85.00 
55.00 
2,334.' 



August, 1918. 

J. R. Cooper, expenses 

D. H. Winslow. services 

W. S. Fallis, services- ---. 

Mrs. J. H. Slaughter, services 

I. B. Mullis, services 

Miss Elsie Upchurch, services 

J. T. Lashley, services 

Siddell Studio, prints '_ 

Standard Motor Co., expenses 

Durham Motor Car Co., supplies 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., supplies 

Wm. L. Craven, services -_. 

B. R. Lacy, Treausrer ex officio, State Highway Maintenance,. 



12.00 

175.00 

300.00 

85.00 

150.00 

50.00 

125.00 

1.90 

1.185.1 

549.96 

57.20 

5.83 

10,000,00 



September, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. T: 



October, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, auto fund-. 



AMISSION, MAINTENANCE FUND 



Paid on above account as folio 
December, 1917. 

D. H. Winslow. services and expenses... 

J. C. Carpenter, services 

A. F. Brown, services 

Victor Von Gemmingen, services 

M. E. Miller, s 
J. B. Clingma 

W. D. Wilson, services 

P. C. Crompton, expense account 

L. D. Stephenson, services and expenses 

Wayne Highway Commission, services and expenses.. 

C. E. Amick, services 

J. B. Bailey, services 

C. M. Bennett, services... 

Z. T. Brooks, services 

Banner Township Road Board, services 

J. W. Boone, services 

H. O. Rurke, services 

A. F. Brown, services _. 

W. M. Clark, services 

K. G- Coltrane, services 

J. li. Carpenter, s<^rvice« 

R. P. Dixon, services 

Durham County, services 

Dunn Broad District. ser\*ices 



216.71 
100.00 
150.00 
120.83 
100.00 
108.33 
125.00 
219.28 
,706.75 
295. 10 
145.20 I 
25.10 
13.75 
30.00 
41.99 
30.01 
242.60 
75.85 
69.30 
62.25 
111.60 
22.80 
277.28 
85.00 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued, 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, MAINTENANCE FOND — Continued. 

December. 1917. 

J. E. Everhart, services 

W. S. Everhart, services 

Craven County Road Board, services 

Z. W. Evans, services.. 

G. H. Ferebee, services 

Forsyth Highway Commission 

W. F. Evans, services 

C. G. Glass, services 

W. H. Garrett, services 

T. L. Green, services 

Greene County Road Commission, services 

J. T. Gunter, services .__ 

W. L. Hanes, services _ _ _ 

W. J. Hollowell, services 

Jerre Harris, services 

L. W. Hale, services _ 

John D. Hutchens, services _ _ 

C. E. Jefferson, services 

B. E. Kennedy, services. _ _ 

D. Caster, services.- _ _.. 

J. C. Medlin, services. 

C. E. Murry, services _ 

J. E. Potts. 
J. J. Parker, 

M. E. Miller, services... 

Randolph Coimty Road Trustees, 

Rockingham Road Commission, services 

Richmond County Commission, services 

J. S. LinviUe, services 

D. B. Liles. services 

J. C. Vow, services 

D. H. Tillett, services 

W. M. Peyton, services 

J. F. Sink, services 

D. L. Sink, services 

C. A. Sink, services 

Smithfield Township, services.. 

F. F. Snider, services,. 

C. G. Sanford, services 

T. A. Stanfield, services 

H. C. Stokes, services 

W. A. Swain, services 

Wilson Board of Road Commissioners, services 

L. T. Williams, services.... 

Fox Wall, services 

C. A. Wharton, services 

F. A. Wagoner, services 

J. E. Wright, services 

L. K. Walker, services. 

J. M. Weatherly, services 

W. D. Wilson, services 

Clayton Township Commission, services 

J. M. Weatherly, services 

J. W. Fuller, services. 

County Board of Commissioners, Lenoir, services.. 

A. Carey, services 

F. F. Turner, services. .- 

Victor Von Gemmingen, services 

J. B. Clingman, services 

J. E. Wright, services. 



107, 25 
12.95 

472.25 
96.00 

115.00 

288.50 
71.50 
8.00 
48.70 
36.10 

201.55 
18.75 
15.00 
57.30 
14.00 
67.30 
36.84 

245.00 



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Xo. 



321 



Statement 13 — Continued. 



STATE HIGffWAT COMMI8SIOX — MAINTENANCE FUND, 70% — continued^ 

January, 1918. 
William D Wilson services 


% 125.00 

100.00 

150.00 

125.00 

23.50 

81.42 

125.00 

150.00 

183.37 

90.00 

104. 16 

45.49 

11.25 

120.50 

1.066.00 

155.08 

25.50 

153.80 

4.00 

55.05 

43.95 

13.40 

19.12 

45.90 

9. SO 

10.85 

66.70 

20.80 

34.40 

34.10 

13.95 

56.90 

70.00 

26.50 

26.60 

31.75 

117.50 

9.00 

19.25 

60.00 

12.00 

10. .50 

35.00 

4.40 

139.85 

88.40 

77.76 

43.12 

61.10 

49.38 

157.50 

103.40 

76.. iO 
























J B Clingman services 












































J. E. Everhart, services 




J. W. Fuller, services .- 




W. M. Clark, services - . 




E. B. Neave. Jr., services 

J. L. Thompson, services 

F. F. Snyder, services. 

B. E. Kennedy, services - 

D. L. Sink, services 




C. A. Sink, seri-ices . -- 








C. G. Sanford, services- 








W. H. Garrett, services-.- 

J. H. Robeson, services 












W. T. DUlard, services — 




C. A. Wharton, services. . . 




E. R. Davenport, services - 




J. C. Yow, services 




W. L. Hanes. services. — 








E. A. Kelly, services 

J. M. Weatherly. services 








W. D. WUson. services-. 




















W. E. Blue, expenses 






22.95 


G. W. Bradley, expenses 


9.50 

2.50 

210.00 

90.25 








Wayne County Highway Commission, expenses _ 

W. J. Barbour, expenses 





21— Part 1—1918 



322 



Document No. 5 



[Sessiooi 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIGffWAY COMMISSION, MAINTENANCE FUND, 70% — Continued. 

January, 1918. 

Walter Boyd, expenses . I $ 

M. E. Miller, expenses 

K. G. Coltrane. expenses. __- __ 

J. E. Brady, expenses 

J. E. Potts, expenses 

C. E. Amick. expenses 

G. W Hiatt, expenses -. 

Z. T. Brooks, expenses 

J. S. Linville, expenses 

H. B. Lane, expenses 

C. E. Jefferson, expenses 

H. O. Burke, expenses 

T. A. Stanfield. expenses 

John F. Sink, expenses 

N. C. Stokes, expenses 

Z. W. Evans, expenses 

W. T. Dillard, expenses 

L. T. Williams, expenses 

J. M Cheek, expenses 

W. M. Peyton, expenses 

W. B. Forbes, expenses 

G. L. Becton, expenses 

A. F. Brown, expenses 

Victor Von Gemmingen, expenses 



8.13 
62.77 
10.85 
32.90 

7.55 
67.20 
35.50 
41.20 
210.75 

8.00 
140.00 
77.50 

9.23 

7.70 
41.25 
23.25 

6.30 
10.50 
65.50 
155.51 
28.35 

7.50 
57.15 
45.08 



February, 1918. 
Charles Johnson, expense account., 
A. F. Bro. 



J. C. Carpente 

J. B. Clingman services 

Victor Von Gemmingen, services 

M. E. Miller, services 

William D. Wilson, services 

D. H. Winslow, services 

O. C. Clark, expense account 

A. Carey, expense account 

Carteret County Commissioners, expense account 

County of Craven, expense account 

Dunn Road District, expense account 

F. H. Gregory, expense account 

B. F. Godwin, expense account 

Greene County Commissioners, expense account 

L. W. Hale, expense account 

W. T. Heckstall. expense account 

F. G. Hines, expense account 

Ingram Township Road Commissioners, expense account. 

D. B. Liles. expense account 

J. J. Parker, expense account... 

B. C. Pittman, expense account 

Pitt County Commissioners, expense account 

Richmond County, expense account ., 

George Y. Thoniason, services 

Wilson County Road Commissioners, expenses 

Wayne Highway Commission, expenses 

Wayne Highway Commission, expenses 

A. F. Brown, expenses 

D. H. Winslow. expenses 

G. Y. Thomason, expenses 



118,52 
150.00 
100.00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
108.33 
122.50 
10.50 
84.75 
192.05 
375. 15 
27.50 
13.11 
54.50 
244.50 
60.55 
176.25 
52.36 
47.48 
36.60 
38.50 
31.40 
223.85 
44.75 
125.00 
197.50 
206.60- 
934.00 
120. 12 
34.49 
46.51 



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323 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, MAINTENANCE FUND. 70% — continued, 

February, 1918. 

J. L. Thompson, expenses $ 

L. T. Yarborough. expenses 

W. O. Rex, expenses 

A. E. Smerdou. expenses 

John Kennerly. expenses 

Craven County, expenses 

F. W. VonCannon. expenses. _.. 

G. L. Beeton. expenses.. 

H. B. Lane, expenses 

R. H. Butler, expenses 

G. W. Royster. expenses 

J. W. Martin, expenses 

■ Forsj-th Highway Commission, expenses 

D. L. Sink, expenses 

J. C. DeLancey. expenses 

C. M. Glass, expenses 

C. A. Wharton, expenses ! 

J. \V. Linker, expenses .... 

Victor Von Gemmingen. expenses 

Calvin Gorman, expenses 

T. A. Stanfield. expenses 

F. F. Snyder, expenses 

T. L. Green, expenses 

C. G. Sanford. expenses - 

G. \V. Bradley, expenses ' 

L. U. Huff. Jr.. expenses - 

C. E. Ainick. expenses 

J. \V. Fuller, expenses 

George Y. Thoraason. expense accounts 

D. H. Winslow. expense accounts ' 

Victor Von Gemmingen. expense accounts 

J. B. CUngman. expense accounts ., 

A. F. Brown, expense accounts 

J. B. Clingman. expense accounts 

W, D. Wilson, expense accounts 

J. P. Seymour, supplies 

J. C. Carpenter, services and expenses 

J. E. Potts, expenses 

C. A. Sink, expenses 

J. B. Bailey, expenses j 

Jerre Harris, expenses j 

George Whitley, expenses 

S. F. Teague, expenses 

Wilson County Board of Commissioners, expenses.. 

H. C. Ferebee, expenses 

J. N. Hopkins, expenses 

W. F. Evans, expenses 

J. E. Provo. exjjenses 

Ingram Township Roads Commission, expenses 

W. T. Hinnant. expenses 

Greene County Commissioners, expenses 

M. M. Gulp, expenses • 

W. T. Dillard, expenses. 

J. E. Everhart, expenses 

J. S. Linville, expenses 

W. H. Garrett, exr»nses 

W. M. Clark, expenses 

B. E. Kennedy, expenses i 



50.01 
13.00 
29.15 

100.02 
14.00 

482.50 

359.96 
7.50 ' 
15.00 
44.50 
43.40 

171.15 
10.00 
43.40 
32.40 
18.00 
40.99 
21,86 



14.06 
29.05 
55.16 
46.40 
125.31 
69.16 
81.80 
38.00 
1,000.00 
1,000.00 
1,000.00 
1,000.00 
1.000.00 
53.25 
1,000.00 
22.00 
99.50 I 
10.15 j 
.57.55 
63. 75 
7.00 
13.00 
14.00 
186.00 
45.50 
25.00 
15. 17 
120.00 
36.33 
27.00 i 
135.63 
12.50 
14.40 
l.i0.70 
19.20 
41.60 
43.63 
19.69 



324: 



Document No. 5 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, MAINTENANCE FOND, 70%— continued. 

February, 1918. 


i 7.20 
15.40 
15.10 
42.00 
58.00 
278.38 
645.32 
113.75 
64.10 
7.50 
19.10 
15.25 
113.58 
47.25 
52.75 
145.85 
24.80 
23.11 
11.60 
103.00 
6.00 
74.50 
158.76 
161.35 
37.00 
1,000.00 
52.62 
1,000.00 
1,000.00 








W. L. Hanes, expenses 












Pitt County Commissioners, expenses. .- 








H. 0. Burke, expenses ._.. 








J. T. Plott, expenses 




J. C. Yow, expenses 
































Will Maitin, expenses 
























G. W. Hiatt. expenses 




W. W. Baker, expenses 




W. D. Wilson, expenses 














i 18,915.53 


March, 1918. 


S 136.60 
252.50 
24.85 
103.50 
49.50 
134.90 
263.50 
118.54 
1,609.50 
21.75 
60.15 
318.50 
29.90 
60.23 
27.44 
175.00 
150.00 
83.40 
144.30 
306.25 
39.20 
41.25 
152.90 
100.00 
125.00 
125.00 
125.00 


































F. W. VonCannon, expenses 




W. J. Hollowell. expenses 




























E. A. Kelly, expenses 




















F. W. VonCannon, expenses 












G. Y. Thomason, services 




J, B. Clingman, services 





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325 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, MAINTENANCE FUND, 70% — continued, 

Marth, 1918. 

M. E. Miller, services 

W. D. Wilson, ser-i-ices 

J. C. Carpenter, services 

D. H. Winslow. expenses - 

Durham County, expenses 



C. E. Amick. expenses. 

Banner Township Road Commission, expenses 

W. J. Barbour, expenses 

G. X. Bissette. expenses 

J. B. Bailey, exijenses 

Occoneechee Road Board, expenses.. 

Bianton Bros., expenses 

\V. J. Barbour, expenses 

.\. F. Brown, expenses 

Buncombe County, expenses 

H. O. Burke, expenses 

G. W. Bradley, expenses 

C. M. Bennett, expenses 

K. G. Coltrane, expenses 

Carteret County Commissioners, expenses 

Ingrams Townslup Commission, expenses 

M. M. Gulp, expenses 

W. M. Clark, expenses 

Craven County Board of Commissioners, expenses.. 

W. T. DiUard, expenses 

Enfield Township, expenses 

J. E. Everhart. expenses 

W, F. Evans, expenses 

J. W. Fuller, expenses 

Fors>'th Highway Commission, expenses. 

Arthur Fountain, expenses 

D. Gaster, expenses 

C. F. Gore, expenses 

J. T. Gunter, expenses 

V. Von Gemmingcn. expenses 

G. W. Hiatt, superintendent, expenses 

Greene County Road Commission, expenses 

W. A. Gaddy, expenses. 

T. L. Green, expenses 

E. W. Grannis. expenses-.. 

L. \V. Hale, expenses 

W. L. Hanes, expenses 

L. \V. Huff, expenses 

J. D. Hutchins. expenses 

F. G. Hines. expenses 

W. M. Ivey, expenses 

C. E. Jefferson, expenses 

H. C. Kenerly, expenses 

E. A. Kemp, expenses - 

B. E. Kennedy, expenses 

H. B. Lane, expenses 

J. S. LinviUe, expenses 

J. A. Ix-wis, expenses 

N. S. MuUican, expenses 

Will Martin, expenses 

McCanless Motor Co., expenses... 

H. McGee expenses 

M. E. Miller, expenses — 



100.00 
125.00 
100.00 
1.60.5.26 
241.10 
260.00 
112.75 
27.00 
385.87 
122.40 
50.77 
73.60 
188.80 
156.03 
1,128.95 
233.00 
717.65 
40.00 
67.05 
271.95 
174.45 
232.66 
130.75 
207.50 
250.55 
257.60 
229.65 
60.15 
212.90 
68.00 
564.85 
460.90 
238.25 
675.59 
63.20 
218.90 
359. 63 
286.95 
66.25 
222.36 
169.20 
38.74 
148. 86 
48.53 
106.15 
89.42 
165.50 
5.00 
314.05 
109.65 
26.50 
60.60 
13.50 
46.30 
47.35 
20.00 
16.95 
49.70 



326 



Document !N^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, MAINTENANCE FUND, 70% — Continued. 

March, 1918. 

A. S. Perkins, expenses ._ _ 

J. E. Provo, expenses 

G. T. Pillow, expenses _.- 

R. T. Pittman, expenses 

M. H. Parker, expenses __ _ 

J. E. Potts, expenses 

Richmond County, expenses 

G. W. Royster, expenses 

I. G. Ross, expenses 

Board of Road Trustees, Randolph County, expenses 

H. C. Stokes, expenses 

C. G. Sanford, expenses 

J, A, Snyder, expenses 

C. A. Sink, expenses-- - 

D. L. Sink, expenses 

J, A. Sims, expenses 

T. A. Stanfield, expenses 

F. F. Snyder, expenses 

J. A. Trolinger, expenses 

G. Y. Thoniason, expenses-- 

F. W. VonCannon, expenses 

County of New Hanover, expenses 

Wilmington Star Co.. expenses 

Road Commission, Waynesville Township, expenses— - 

Wilson County Commissioners, expenses 

J. M. Weatherly, expenses 

F. A. Wagoner, expenses 

J. E. Wright, expenses 

C. A. Wharton, expenses 

W. D. Wilson, expenses 

D. H. Winslow. expenses 

J. H. Roberson. expenses— - 

G. Fred Finch, expenses 

J. A. Meeder. expenses 

J. A. Plummer. expenses 

L. H. Tweed, expenses 

Board of Commissioners, Pitt County, expenses - _ 

L. T. Yarborough, expenses 

Board of Commissioners, Pitt County, expenses 

J. H. Carpenter, expenses 

J. C. Carpenter, expenses 

J. W. Linken. expenses 

L. D. Stephenson, expenses 

Wayne Highway Commission, expenses - 

W. D. Wilson, expenses 

J. C. Carpenter, expenses - 



154.50 
397,00 
9.00 
151.37 
30.00 
100.10 
776.69 
44.00 
16.00 
431.95 
154.50 
136.87 
566.12 
84.55 
95.80 
113.00 
30.09 
332.85 
81.04 
67.72 
90.83 
800.00 
2.45 
74.50 
868.44 
502. 16 
18.48 
206. 75 
76.87 
67.90 
33.09 
109.00 
142.05 
27.00 
48.26 
20.80 
54.38 
289.85 
587.78 
87.94 
337.90 
162.62 
2,320.75 
646.30 
125.00 
100.00 



April, 1918. I 

D. H. Winslow. services. - ' t 175.00 

M. E. Miller, expenses --- 15.15 

V. Von Gemmingen. services --- - - 125.00 

J. T. Lashley. services — - 125.00 

H. Hocutt. services 100.00 

J. B. Clingman. services - 125.00 

W. D. Wilson, expenses - 126.47 

A. F. Brown, expenses --- 387.00 

A. F. Brown, services - 150.00 

G. Y. Thomason. expenses- -- 330.07 



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327 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION. MAINTENANCE FUND, 70% — continued. 

April. 1918. 

G. Y. Thoraason, services 

A. F Brown, expenses 

W. D. Wilson, expenses 

D. H. Winslow expenses 

D. H. Winslow, expenses 

M. E. Miller, expenses 

M. E. Miller, expenses 

M- E. Miller, salary, March 

Calvin Garnion, expenses 

J. B. Bailey, expenses 

J. M. Cheek, expenses... __ 

John L. Thompson, expenses 

K. G. Coltrane. expenses 

O. J. Brockwell. expenses 

B. C. Pittman, expenses 

N. C. Pitt, expenses 

W^ A. Caddy, expenses 

C. A. Wharton, expenses 

Vance Iron Works, firestone casing. 

W. W. Baker, salary. March 

George Y. Thomason. expenses 

V. Von Gemniingen. expenses 

J. T. Lashley. expenses 

J. T. Inscore. expenses 

Fors>*th Highway Commission, material and labor 

W. L. Haynes, expenses 

C. E. Amick, expenses 

J. E. Potts, expenses 

W. M. Clark, expenses 

G. L. Bradshaw. expenses 

L. T. Yarborough, expenses 

R. H. Butler, expenses 

George W. Royster, expenses 

T. L. Green, expenses 

W. M. Ivey, expenses 

J. S. Linville, expenses 

H. O. Burke, expenses 

I. G. Ross, expenses 

W. D. Browder. expenses 

J. M. Weatherly, expenses 

C. A. Sink, expenses 

SI. M. Culp, expenses 

D. L. Sink, expenses 

J. E. Brady, superintendent, expenses 

T. A. Stanficld. expenses 

J. E. Brown, expenses 

B. E. Kennedy, expenses 

Board of Commissioners, Craven County, expenses 

F. F. Snyder, expenses 

J. E. Everhart, expenses 

W. O. Rex. expenses 

Blanton Bros., expenses. 

Calvin Garmon, expenses _ 

J. W Linker, expenses 

C. M. Bennett, expenses __ ___ 

E. F. Craven, expenses 

E. F. Craven, expenses 

E. E. Walden, expenses 



125.00 

504.00 

31.26 I 

806.55 

67.30 

58.63 

27.40 , 

100.00 

742.88 j 

67.75 

62.00 

148.15 

19.15 

40.45 

65.14 

91.49 

209.35 

178.62 

13.11 

125.00 

36.25 

81.81 

62.71 

35.56 

299.95 

22.82 

209.00 

14.80 

125.00 

54.65 

74.. 52 

81.00 

85. 67 

85.76 1 

95.60 i 

24.00 ' 

161.50 ; 

15.65 [ 

46.00 
309.10 j 

57.80 { 
248.50 

67.10 
331.85 

22.16 

61.97 

26.40 
100.00 
174.80 
232.25 
228. 57 

75.00 

16.50 
119.01 

31.50 

19.00 
20.00 
749.36 



328 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



BTATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, MAINTENANCE FUND, 70% — continued. 

April, 1918. 

H. Hocutt, expenses 

H. Hocutt, expenses 

H. Hocutt, expenses 

A. F. Brown, expenses 

D. H. Winslow, correction, error in warrant 

J. C. Carpenter, expenses _ 

J. C. Carpenter, services 

G. E. Winston, expenses 

W. W. Baker, expenses. 

W W. Balier, expenses 

B. C. Pittman, expenses 

W. D. Wilson, expenses 

W. J. Barbour, expenses 

Washington Township Road Comn 



W. E. Blue, expenses 

Buncombe County, expenses 

W. S. Burge, expenses 

J. C. Byers, expenses 

J. B. Clingman, expenses 

A. L. Currie, expenses 

W. Y. Dillard, expenses 

R. P. Dixon, expenses 

Durham County, expenses 

J. K. Fallow, expenses 

C. D. Geer, expenses 

C. M. Glass, expenses 

B. F. Godwin, expenses 

C. F. Gore, expenses 

E. W. Ganiiis, expenses 

Greene County Board of Commissioners, expenses 

Greene County Board of Commissioners, expenses 

F. H. Gregory, expenses --- 

J. T. Gunter, expenses 

Road Commission, Waynesville Township, expenses 

J. D. Hutchins, expenses 

Ingraham Township Board of Commissioners, expenses 

E. Noble, expenses... 

M. H. Parker, expenses 

J. N. Jones, expenses 

Highway Commission, Kings Mountain Precinct, expenses.. 

J. L. Morgan, expenses 

N. A. McDonald expenses 

New Hanover County, expenses 

Occoneechee Road Board, expenses 

Board of Commissioners, Pitt County, expenses... 

R. T. Pittman, expenses 

J. E. Provo, expenses 

J. D. Putman, expenses 

Richmond County, expenses 

J. H. Robereon, Jr., expenses 

Road Commission Robeson County, expenses 

C. G. Sanford, expenses 

H. C. Spruill, expenses 

H. C. Stokes, expenses 

W. A. Swain, expenses 

G. Y. Thomason, expenses 

J. A. Trolinger, expenses 

L, H. Tweed, e-xpenses 



1,000.00 

90.78 

14.99 

99.51 

.30 

1,215.54 

43.33 

129.35 

103.88 

330.30 

154.73 

779.79 

268.00 

250.40 

279.00 

324. 15 

90.28 

43.00 

142. 49 

12.00 

383,47 

36.40 

1,086.24 

58.20 

59.22 

68.40 

88.50 

402.77 

248.00 

126.00 

150.50 

76.00 

246.00 

254.37 

236.45 

206.45 

76.50 

121.00 

44.88 

92.20 

20.50 

10.00 

800.00 

61.65 

1,319.39 

7.75 

117.50 

27.75 

355.82 

84.00 

526.00 

76.49 

287.85 

254.65 

136.00 

41.23 

47.70 

18.07 



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329 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, MAINTENANCE FUND, 70% — continued, 

April, 1918. 

F. W. VonCannon, expenses 

V. \'on Gemiuingen. expenses 

F. A. Wagner, expenses 

Wayne Highway Commission, expenses 

J. E. Wright, expenses. - 

Lenoir County Board Commissioners, expenses - - 

C. E. Hunsucker, expenses - - 



59.55 
286. 35 
7.70 
269.30 
I9:i.45 
512.60 
176.87 



May, 1918. 
\V. W. Baker, 
H. Hocutt. se 
J. T. Lasliley 
V. Von Genu 



vices.. 



gen, 

A. F. Brown, services 

J. B. Clingman. services.. 

G. Y. Thomason. services... 

J. S. Whitley, expenses 

L. D. Stephenson, expenses 

Morehead Township Road Commission, expenses 

C. E. Amick, expenses 

A. F. Brown, expenses 

J. Bruce, expenses 

H. O. Burke, expenses 

G. L. Bradshaw, expenses 

J. E. Brady, expenses 

W. D. Brower, expenses 

R. H. Butler, expenses 

J. E. Brown, expenses 

C. M. Bennett, expenses 

Banner Township Road Board, expenses.. — 

W. S. Burge, expenses... 

J. B. Bailey, expenses 

J. W. Bost, expenses 

W. J. Barbour, expenses. 

M. M. Culp, expenses 

J. E. Cecil, expenses 

W. M. Clark, expenses... 

E. F. Craven, expenses 

K. G. Coltranc, expenses 

J. M. Cheek, expenses 

Durham County, expenses 

W. C. Davis, expenses 

W. T. Dillard, expenses 

Enfield Township Highway Commission, expenses... 

W. F. Evans, expenses 

J. E. Everhart, expenses 

J. K. Farlow, expenses 

V. Von Gimraingen, expenses 

E. W. CJrannis, expenses 

W. M. Garrett, expenses 

T. L. Green, expenses 

L. L. Green, expenses 

C. F. Gore, expenses _ , 

L. W. Hale, expenses , 

W. L. llanes, expenses 

Board Commissioners Henderson County, expenses.. 

F. G. nines, expenses 

H. Hocutt, expenses 



125.00 

100.00 

125.00 

125.00 

150.00 

125.00 

125 JX) 

28.00 

250.50 

49.32 

50.30 

585. 19 

99.00 

123.56 

155.56 

88.00 

113.18 

86.25 

97.27 

18.00 

44,37 

58.02 

24.40 

90,25 

331.20 

243.39 

154.24 

92.50 

16.00 

17.00 

100.00 

393,78 

119.00 

133.05 

176,50 

57.45 

130.50 

41.10 

221.70 

229. 10 

74.20 

76.32 

60.50 

106.80 

71.40 

18.25 

678.60 

66.78 

92. 14 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement K — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, MAINTENANCE FUND, 70% — continued. 

May, 1918. 

J. D. Hutchins. expenses 

Ingram Township Road Commission, expenses 

W. M. Ivey, expenses 

B. E. Kennedy, expenses 

J. T. Lashley, expenses _. 

A. M. Lashley, expenses 

J. A. Lewis, expenses 

J. W. Linker, expenses. 

J. S. Linville, expenses _ _ 

M. E. Miller, expenses 

W. Martin, expenses 

N. S. MuUican, expenses — _ 

Murphy Highway Commission, expenses 

J. A. Meeder. expenses 

R. T. Murray, expenses 

C. E. Murray, expenses --- - 

H. McGee, expenses 

N. A. McDonald, expenses _ _ _ 

Occoneechee Road Board, expenses 

M. H. Parker, expenses .-_ 

A. S. Perkins, expenses 

Ramsey Bros., expenses _ 

G, W, Royster, expenses - 

C. C. Shepherd, expenses 

J. A. Snyder, expenses ] 

C. A. Sink, expenses ] 

D. L. Sink, expenses 

C. G. Sanford, expenses - --_ _ -- 

T. A. Stanfield, expenses _-_ -.. 

F. F. Snyder, expenses 

J. W. Terry, expenses.. 

G. Y. Thoinason, expenses 

J. L. Thompson, expenses I 

J. A. Trolinger, expenses 

J. E. Wright, expenses 

Washington Township Road Commission, expenses 

W. M. Whiteside, Jr., expenses [ 

E. E. Walden, expenses 

J. S. Whitley, expenses - .- 

C. A. Wharton, expenses 

D. H. Winslow, expenses 

F. A. Wagner, expenses 

L. T. Williams, expenses.. 

J. M. Weatherly, expenses 

L. T. Yarborough, expenses 

J. C. Yow, expenses 

V. Von Gemmingen, expenses - 

J. T. Lashley, expenses. 

D. H. Winslow, expenses 

A. F. Brown, expenses 

W. J. Mathews, expenses. 

G. Y. Thomason, expenses 

W. W. Baker, expenses 

J. B. Clingman, expenses 

Cabarrus County Commissioners, expenses 

A. F. Sprinkle, expenses 

A. Cary, expenses 

J. B. Clingman, expenses 

C. D. Geer, expenses 



71.12 

105.47 

49.95 

70.75 

304.10 

89.40 

66.52 

130.94 

69.68 

82.60 

80.00 

38.00 

107.25 

256.75 

40.00 

27.00 

71.00 

71.30 

315.96 

67.00 

68.80 

65.37 

32.35 

122.50 

66.55 

60.00 

84.! 

16.85 

38.55 

415.00 

217.39 

130.81 

162.79 

192.00 

273.51 

239.47 

295.34 

23.10 

187.37 

888.52 

14.75 

13.20 

414.70 

30.55 

42.12 

1,500.00 

1,500.00 

1,500,00 

1,500.00 

1,500.00 

1,500.00 

1,500.00 

1,500.00 

94.50 

19.50 

170.00 

142.53 

43.90 



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331 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION. MAINTENANCE FUND, 70% — Continued. 

June. 1918. 

Ernest Wilkereon, services and expenses.-- _ -- , 

W. W. Baker, services - 

A. F. Brown, services-- _- 

W. W. Baker, expenses - --- 

V. Von Gemmingen. expenses 

G. Y. Thomason. expenses 

A. F. Brown, expenses- 

J. T. Lashley, expenses 

D. H. Winslow. expenses- _ 

H. Hocutt, expenses 

H. Hocutt. services.- 

J. T. Lashley, services- 

V. Von Gemminsen, services 

G. Y. Thomason, services -._ -- 

J. B. Clingman, services-- -._ 

Vance Iron Works, expenses 

J. T. Gunter, expenses 

C. L. Williams, expenses 

F. W. VonCannon, expenses 

A. L. Currie, expenses 

C. C. Howard, expenses 

E. J. Cox, expenses - _ 

W. J. Barbour, expenses-.- - 

Virginia and Hertford Roads, expenses - 

New Hanover County Road Commission, expenses 

Banner Township Road Commission, expenses 

Board Road Trustees, Randolph County, expenses 

Pamlico County Commissioners, expenses 

Ingrams Township Road Commission, expenses 

Forsj'th County Commissioners, expenses 

C. E. Hunsucker, expenses - 

Richmond County, expenses 

W. W. Baker, expenses 

W. T. He'kstall. expenses- --- 

E. M. Grannis. expenses 

F. A. Wishart, expenses 

L. D. Stephenson, expenses 

J. E. Provo, expenses 

A. Carey, expenses 

D. R. Britton, expenses 

Sampson County Road Commission, expenses 

J. E. Potts, expenses - .._ 

I. G. Ross, expenses 

E. W. Grannis. expenses... 

Buncombe Count.v. expenses 

B. C. Pittman. expenses 

Richmond County, expenses 

Black River Road Commission, expenses 

0. E. Hunsucker. expenses 

Greene County Board of Commissioners, expenses 

Gaston County, expenses 

Lincoln County, expenses 

Blanton Bros., expenses... 

Highway Commission. Kings Mountain Precinct, expenses 

Alexander County, expenses 

A. M. Lashley. expenses 

Board of Commissioners, Wilson County, expenses 

Newton Township Road Commission, expenses. 



68.20 
123.00 
150.00 
336.05 
418.20 
1,210.91 
930.80 
1,000.00 
708.61 
1.500.00 
100.00 
125.90 
125.00 
125.00 ! 
125.00 
21.00 
222.17 
11.75 j 
34.30 j 
2.00 I 
170.80 j 
44.50 I 
645.45 
126.86 
639.31 
42.38 
35.00 
200.00 
13.75 
2,385.00 
107.50 
257.25 
208.50 
168.00 
51.55 
320.25 
564,00 
177.00 
217.75 
87.50 
44.25 
13.60 
94.95 
25.62 
115.95 
31.82 
265.07 
66.96 
30.25 
185.75 
124.00 
27.00 
144.40 
35.00 
15.30 
92.50 
1,799.98 
80.00 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, MAINTENANCE FUND, 70% — continued. 

June, 1918. 

R. T. Pittman, expenses. % 93.89 

New Hanover County, expenses 800.00 

William M. Parker, expenses _ _ 489.71 

A. M. Lashley, expenses... 249.60 

Cabarrus County, expenses 147.19 

E. A. Kemp, expenses 298.76 

Commissioners of Pitt County, expenses 982.70 

H. Hocutt, expenses.. 137.10 



July, 1918. 

Ernest Wilkerson, expenses % 1,447.69 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, loan to General Fund from Auto Fund .. 50,000.00 

W. VV. Baker, services 125.00 

H. Hocutt. services. 100.00 

D. H. Winslow, services 175.00 

G. Y. Thomason, services 125.00 

A. F. Brown, services... 150.00 

V. Von Gemmingen, services 125.00 

W. J. Matthews, services 150.00 

Ernest Wilkerson, services 100.00 

J. B. Clingman, services. 125.00 

J. T. Lashley, expenses... 1,021.65 

J. T. Lashley, services 125.00 

Ernest Wilkerson, expenses 2.238.81 

W. J. Matthews, expenses - 2,462.! 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, amount borrowed - 25,000.00 

W. W. Baker, expenses 855.63 

V. Von Gemmingen, expenses 1,304.18 

H. Hocutt. expenses 1,823.58 

G. Y. Thomason, expenses 1,582.51 

J. T. Lashley, expenses.... 2,115.05 

W. J. Matthews, expenses 2,251.59 

D. H. Winslow, expenses 677.85 

J. B. Chngman, expenses. 981.46 

Bayard Clark, expenses 176.85 



August, 1918. 

Ernest Wilkerson. services 

W. W. Baker, services.... 

Victor Von Gemmingen, services 

A. F. Brown, expenses 

J. T. Lashley, expenses 

G. Y. Thomason, services 

A. F. Brown, services 

W. W. Baker, expenses 

V. Von Gemmingen, expenses 

G. Y. Thomason, expenses.- - 

J. T. Lashley, expenses. - 

Ernest Wilkerson, expenses 

H. Hocutt, services - 

J. B. Clingman, expenses.. 

H. Hocutt, expenses.. 

D. H. Winslow, expenses 

J. C. Carpenter, expenses 

J. B. Clingman. services. 

W. J. Matthews, services 

V. Von Gemmingen. expenses 

Ernest Wilkerson, expenses 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex oSicio, State Highway Maintenance.. 



100.00 

125.00 

135.00 

1,671.8 

458.00 

125.00 

150.00 

1,783.08 

2,032.49 

2,161.16 

219.50 

2,305.00 

100.00 

4,042.29 

2,232.90 

1,388.32 

52.31 

135.00 

100.00 

465.49 

170.35 

25,000.00 



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333 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, MAIXTENANCE FUND, 70% — Continued. 

September, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, Automobile Fund.. 



S 25.000.00 



October, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ei officio, transfer 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ez officio, Automobile Fund.. 

November, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, collections 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, RURAL ENGINEERING. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1918. 

Raleigh Electric Service Co., supplies.. 



February, 1918. 

Raleigh Electric Service Co., supplie; 



November, 1918. 

Raleigh Electric Service Co., supplies.. 



t 25,000.00 
25,000.00 



STATE HOME AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN. 

Paid on above account as follows; 
June, 1918. 

W. S. Blakeney. treasurer, appropriation, expenses 



$ ( 758.59 



July, 1918. 

\V. S. Blakeney, treasurer, building and site. 
W. S. Blakeney, appropriation for support... 



S 25,000.00 ' 
1,000.00 ! 



August, 1918. 

W. S. Blakeney. treasurer, appropriation for support.. 



October, 1918. 

W. S. Blakeney. treasurer, appropriation for support.. 



STATE HOSPITAL, GOLD8BORO. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
B. R. Lar-y, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support.. 



$ 30.000.00 



March. 1918. 
B R. Lacy. Treasu 



, appropriation for support . $ 32, ,500. 00 



June, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment frora bond issue.. 



$ 10,000.00 
8,000.00 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HOSPITAL, QOLDSBOBO — continued. 
July. 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support.. 



August, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond issue- 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support- 



November, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond i 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond i 



t 22,250.00 



3 10,000.00 
30,250.00 



% 15,000.00 

10,000.00 I 



December, 1917. 

B. R. Lacy. Ti 



January, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasu 



February, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer i 



March, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer i 



April, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer i 



June, 1918, 

B. R, Lacy, Treasu 



July, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer i 



August. 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Trea 



September. 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ( 



Z HOSPIT.\L, MOBG.VNTON. 

a above account as follows; 

: officio, appropriation for support . 

r officio, appropriation for support- 

: officio, appropriation for support-. 

; officio, appropriation for support,. 

: officio, appropriation for support.. 

: officio, appropriation for support.. 

; officio, appropriation for support.. 

: officio, appropriation for support.. 

: officio, appropriation for support-. 



20,000.00 
19,375.00 
30,000.00 



STATE HOSPITAL, RALEIGH. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support.. 

January, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support-. 

February, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support.. 



$ 20,000.00 
20,000.00 
11,875.00 



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335 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HOSPITAL, KALEIGH — continued. 

March, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support 

April, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support 

May, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond issue 

June, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond issue 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio^ appropriation for support _. 

July, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment, bond issue __- 

August. 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support _ 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond Issue 

September, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond issue 

October, 1918. 

li. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond issue. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, balance of appropriation for support, 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, allotment from bond sale. 

November, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, fire loss 

Total 

STATE LIBRARY. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1917. 

A. J. Feild, Librarian, salary, December _ 

Carrie Broughton, assistant, salary, December 

Myrtle King, assistant, salary, December 

E. F. Lewis, janitor, salary, December 

January, 1918. 

A. J. Feild, Librarian, salary to January 7 

Carrie Broughton. assistant, salary, January 

Myrtle King, assistant, salary, January 

K. F. I^^ewis. janitor, salary. January 

February, 1918. 

Carrie BrouKliton. assistant, salary. February 

Mytrle King, assistant, salary. Februarj' 

E. F. Lewis, janitor, salary. February 

March, 1918. 

Carrie Broun'iton. assistant, salary, March 

My: tie King, assistant, salary, March 

E. F. Lewis, janitor, salar>'. March 



i 7.900.00 
20.000.00 



$ 20.000.00 

10,000.00 



% 10.000.00 
10.000.00 



$ 30.000.00 
10.000.00 



S 20.000.00 

23.750.00 
10,000.00 



i 


145.87 




7.5.00 




41.74 




60.00 


i 


24. -^O 




75.00 




41. GO 




60.00 


s 


75.00 




41.66 




60.00 


s 


75.00 




41.66 




60.00 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE LiBRABT— conh'nued. 
April, 1918. 


% 


75.00 
41.66 
60.00 














% 176.66 


May, 1918. 


S 


60.00 




60.00 


June, 1918. 


t 


145.83 
75.00 

145.83 
75.00 
60.00 






Carrie Broughton, State Librarian, salary, June.. . 














501.66 


July, 1913. 


$ 


145.83 
75.00 
60.00 












280.83 


August. 1918. 


$ 


145.83 
75.00 
60.00 












280.83 


September. 1918. 


$ 


145.83 
75.00 
60.00 












280.83 


October, 1918. 


% 


145.83 
75.00 
60.00 






E. F. Lewis, janitor, salary. October . 






280.83 


November, 1918. 


% 


145.83 
75.00 
60.00 












280.83 




i 


118.25 
1.50 
4.28 
1.11 
12.96 
1.31 
2.50 
8.00 
5.40 


Total 


S 3,019.36 






STATE LIBBART, CONTINGENaES. 

Paid on above account as follows; 
Decembei-, 1917. 




Geo. F. Brooks, books 




















Art Publishing Co., books 








The Serendipity Shop, books _._ 


( 155.31 
24.65 


January, 1918. 

Union Library Association, books 

Union Library Association, books 


$ 


19.20 
5.45 



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337 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE LiBRAny. coNTlNGENaEB— cond'nued. 
February, 1918. 

American Library .Association, dues 

H. W. Wilson Co., books 

Union Library .Association, books. 



March, 1918. 

Union Library .Association, books 

Charles Scribners Sons, books 

A. L. A. Pablishing Board boolis 

The News and Observer, subscription 

The .Alumni Review, subscription... 

North Carolina Education, subscription.. 



.r. J. Dougla 



books. 



May, 1918, 

The H. VV. Wilson Co., books 

The State Co., books 

Geo. Barries Sons, books 

A. L. .A. Publishing Board, books 

The High School Journal, books 

North Carolina Booklet, subscription.. 

J. T. Clarke, books 

The Union Library Association 



June, 1918. 

Dodd. Mead & Co., books. 

National Education Association, dues.. 

The Union Library Association 

Everywoman's Magazine, subscription. 



August, 1918. 

Union Library Association, books 

The Sewanee Review, subscription 

Russell Sage Foundation, books 

Southern Good Roads, subscription., 
an Prison .Association, books. 



October, 1918. 

Tlie W.ishington Post, subscription 

.A. L. .A. Publishing Board, book list 

J. B. Ivey & Co., books.. 

The H. W. Wibon Co., books 

American Prison .A.-isociation. books 

A. -N. Marquis & Co.. hooks 

American Historical .Association, book.. 



November, 1918. 

-Anir-rican Historical Association, dues 

J. B. Robertson, book 

The Arthur H. Clark Co., books 

The H. W. Wilson Co., books 

J. H. McDowell, books 

Carnegie Library, hooka 

The Canadian Annual Review, books 

Porter E. Sargent Publishing Co., books.. 

Jno. Preston .McConnell, books 

The Union Library .Association, books^ 



Total 

22 — Part I — 1918 



5,00 
24.00 
26. 4S 



21.56 
1.01 
1.00 
7.00 
1.00 
1.40 
.75 



.3.50 
1.01 
18.00 



1.00 
1.50 
11.37 



5.40 
2.00 
6.07 
1.50 



7.07 
1.00 
1.90 



9.00 
1.00 



1.40 
2.00 



4.50 






2.75 






4.00 






2.05 






5.27 






2.25 






1.00 






13.02 




38. S9 




( 


401.85 



338 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



8TATE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

E. J. Forney, treasurer, appropriation. 1918. 



February, 1918. 

E. J. Forney, treasurer, appropriation- 



April, 1918. 
E. J. Forney, treasurer, appropriation.. 



May, 1918. 

E. J. Forney, treasurer, allotment from bond issue.. 

June, 1918. 
E. J. Forney, treasurer, appropriation 

E. J. Forney, treasurer, allotment from bond issue.. 



t 10,000.00 
7,000.00 



July, 1918. 

E. J. Forney, treasurer, appropriation for support- 
E. J. Forney, treasurer, allotment from bond issue. 



$ 21,250.00 
15,000.00 



August, 1918. 

State Normal and Industrial College, allotment from bond issue $ 10,000.00 

E. J. Forney, treasurer, allotment from bond issue 15,000.00 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support 31,250.00 



September, 1918. 

E. J. Forney, treasurer, allotment from bond issue.. 
E. J. Forney, treasurer, allotment from bond issue.. 



S 5,000.00 
5,000.00 



October, 1918. 

E. J. Forney, treasurer, allotment from bond i 



STATE S PRISON EARNINGS- 

Paid on above account as folic 



December, 1917. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio.. 



January, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex offic. 



February, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ( 



offic. 



March, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio.. 



4,559.70 
8,661.10 
7,922.60 



April, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex offia 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex office 



80,432.11 
9,141.49 



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3:39 



Statement E — Continued. 



state's prison earnings— CO nii/iued. 
May. 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio 



June, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer e 



July, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio _ \ % 



August, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex offic^ 



September, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio., 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio.. 

October, 1918, 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio.. 

November, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio,. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio.. 



% 


6.883.51 


$ 


11,079.32 


t 


14,337.86 


t 


14,289.39 



7.898.33 I 
6,800.05 I 



5.567.17 
13.917.31 



STATE 8 PRISON RAILROAD STOCK. 

Paid on above account as follows: 

Watauga and Yadkin River 



7,811.42 
2,943.99 



February. 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, 57 sh; 
Railroad _ 



May. 1918. 
S. J. Busbee, warden 



STATE 8 PRISON SUNDAY SCHOOL APPROPRIATION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 

ual appropriation _ 



STATE STORAGE WAREHOrSE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. I 

C \. York, jiart payment _- ! S 



January. 1918. 
C. V. York, part payment.. 

February. 1918. 

John Bray, survey of lota... 
C. \'. York, part payment.. 

March, 1918. 
C. V. York, part payment.. 



t 


7.475.96 


% 


6.00 
227.53 


% 


2,335.37 



340 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE STORAGE WAREHOUSE— Continued. 

April, 1918. 

C. V. York, part payment 



May. 1918. 

C. V. York, part payment. 



June, 1918. 

C. V. York, part payment.. 



July, 1918. 

C. V. York, part payment.. 



August 1918. 

News and Observer Publishing Co., publishing notice of bids.. 



Sertember, 1918. 

C. V. York, part payment 

James A. Salter, commission per contract.. 



S 5,307.11 
860.00 



BT.VTE TAXES REFUNDEn. 

Paid on above account as follows: 



December, 1917. 

Linville Improvement Co 



January, 1918. 

R. M. Cook, ex-sheriff, refund. Schedule B, 1915. 



February. 1918. 

John F. Harward, sheriff Durham County, refund, 1916.. .. 
J, H. Sprinkle, ex-sheriff Davie County, overcharges, 1915.. 



693.96 
63.45 



March, 1918. 

Crowell Auto Co., overcharge 

Crystal Ice Co., refund, overcharge 

Gordon Industrial Association, refund. 



33.20 
41.50 
8.19 



April, 1918. 

Leon T. Lane, sheriff Chatham County, refund, 1911-12.. 
Barron G, Collier, refund, overcharge franchise tax 



187.10 
5.00 



June, 1918. 

Caldwell Land and Lumber Co., refund, 1916 and 1917. 
EBrd's Department Store, refund, overcharge 



$ 226.12 
41.20 



July, 1918. 

J. H, Pickelsin 



, refund. State tax, 1913 to 1916-. 



August. 1918. 

W. D. McLaurin, sheriff, refund. State taxes, 1917. 

R. E. Lewis, sheriff, refund. State taxes, 1917 

N. S. Thompson, refund, overcharges 

J. O. Amnions, sheriff, refund, State taxes, 1917 — 



S 116.71 

S06. 28 
265.76 
358.80 



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341 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE TAXES BEFUNDED — Continued, 
October, 1918. 
W. F. Ghmoa, sheriff, refund. State taxes, 1917 



November, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, unpaid tax cbeck returned— 
W. H. Allen, sheriff Franklin County, refund, overcharge.. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, refund taxes 

B. R. Lacy. State Treasurer, refund taxes 



STONEWALL JACKSON THAINING SCHOOL. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
D. B. Coltrane. Treasurer, appropriation, 1918 



$ 


111.88 




1,434.70 




15.00 




6.92 



February. 1918. 

Stonewall Jackson Training School, appropriation for support-. 



April, 1918. 

Chas. E. Boger. superintendent, appropriation for support.. 



June, 1918. 

Chas. E. Boger, superintendent, appropriation for support.. 



September, 1918. 

Chas. E. Boger. superintendent, appropriation for support.. 



i 


2,500.00 


i 


3,750.00 


t 


5,625.00 


t 


5,625.00 



$ 320.93 



$ 5,000.00 



Total 

SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
Decembei, 1917. 
T. R Robertson, salary, December __ 



January, 1918. 
T. R. Robertson, salary, January.. 



February, 1918. 
T. R. Robertson, salary, February.. 



March, 1918. 

T. H. Robertson, salary, March, 



April, 1918. 

T. R. Robertson, salary, April.. 



May, 1918. 
T. R, Robertson, salary, May,. 



June. 1918. 
T. It. Robertson, salary, June.. 



t 


100.00 




100.00 




100.00 




100.00 




100.00 


J 


100.00 



342 Document No. 5 

Statement E — Continued. 

SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND, GROUNDS — COntiniud. 

July, 1918. 

T. R. Robertson, salary, July ._- 

August, 1918. 

T. R. Robertson, salary, August ^ 

September, 1918. 
T. R. Robertson, salary, September 

October, 1918. 
T. R. Robertson, salary, October 

November, 1918. 
T. R. Robertson, salary, November 

Total 

SUPREME COURT, CONTINGENCIES. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 
Edwards & Broughton, repairs to books. 

May. 1918. 

Edwards & Broughton, repairs to books 

Septembei. 1918. 

Edwards & Broughton, repairs to books 

Mitchell Printing Co., repairs to books 

J. L. Seawell, clerk, part of appropriation for contingent 

November. 1918. 
F. A. Watson, repairs to frames 

J. L. Seawell, Supreme Court clerk, balance appropriation 

Total. 

SUPREME COURT REPORTS, PRINTING OF. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

Mitchell Printing Co 

January, 1918. 

Mitchell Printing Co 

February. 1918. 

Mitchell Printing Co 

March, 1913. 

Mitchell Printing Co 

Mitchell Printing Co 

April. 1918. 

Commercial Printing Co 

Mitchell Printing Co 



[Session 



8.30 
1.70 
50.00 



5.25 
122.90 





250.00 




260.00 




250.00 




297.62 
200.00 




14.30 
250.00 



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343 



Stateme^xt E — Continued. 



BUPREME COURT BEPOBT6, PRINTING OF — continued. 

May, 1918. 

Mitchell Printing Co.- -- 

Mitchell Printing Co.— ---- 



June, 1918, 

Mitchell Printing Co.. 
Mitchell Printing Co . 

July, 1918. 

Mitchell Printing Co- 
August, 1918. 

Mitchell Printing Co.. 

Mitchell Printing Co.- 

Mitchell Printing Co- 
September, 1918. 

.Mitchell Printing Co.. 

Mitchell Printing Co.- 

October, 1918. 

Mitchell Printing Co.. 

November. 1918. 

Mitchell Printing Co.. 
Mitchell Printing Co- 



telegraph AND TELEPHONE ACCOUNT. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

Postal Telegraph Co.. service several departments 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service several departments.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co., service several departments.. 



January, 1918. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service several departments- 
Western Union Telegrajjh Co., service several departments.. 



February. 1918. 

Postal Telegraph Co., ser^nce several departments 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service several departments- 
Postal Telegraph Co., service several departments 

W'estern Union Telegraph Co., service several departments.. 



March, 1918. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls several departments 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service several departments.. 
Postal Telegraph Co., service several departments— 



April, 1918. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service several departments 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service several departments 

Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., service several departments.. 



200.00 
250.00 



t 435.20 

250.00 



% 265.00 
522. 68 
250.00 



$ 100.00 

250.00 



t 200.00 

406.40 



t 


32.35 




145.25 




104.38 


s 


142.55 




85.43 


i 


14.54 




153.50 




2.33 




70.56 


% 


62.08 




158.74 




10.02 



S 4.W.00 



t 4,991.20 



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[Session 



Statement ^ — Continued. 



TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE ACCOUNT — Continued. 

May, 1918. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls several departments. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., seri'ice, several departments 

Western Union Telegraph Co., toils, Department Public Insurance., 
Postal Telegraph Co., tolls, several departments 



June. 1918. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service several departments- 
Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls, several departments... 
Postal Telegraph Co., tolls, several departments 



July, 1918. 

Raleigh Telephone Co., service several departments 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service several departments- 
Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls several departments 




August, 1918. 

Postal Telegraph Co., tolls, several departments— 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service, several departments- 
Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls, several departments... 



September. 1918. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service, several departments. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls, several departments 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls, several departments .. 



S 13.16 

149.15 
97.06 



S 144.96 

13.09 
49.27 



October, 1918. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service. 
Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls, se 



al departments.. 



S 158.95 

81.42 



Ncvember, 1918. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service, several departments. __ 
Southern Bell Telephone Co., service, several departments... 
Western Union Telephone Co., charges, several departments.. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls, several departments 



$ 131.39 

6.06 
58.58 
35.94 



Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1917. 

B. R. Lacy. State Treasurer, salary, December , 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, December... 

Homer Peele, teller, salary, December 

H. R. Williamson, institution clerk, salary, December 

H. B. Cooley, bond clerk, salary, December 

Mrs. William B. Martin, stenographer, salary, December. 
Eva Warters, corporation clerk, salary, December 

January, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, January... 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary. January 

Homer Peele, teller, salary, January 

H. R. Williamson, institution clerk, salary, January 

H. B. Cooley, bond clerk, salary, January 

Mrs. William D. Martin, stenographer, salary, January.. 
Eva Warters, corporation clerk, salary, January.. 



291.74 
208.37 
150.00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
100.00 



291.66 
208.33 
150.00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
100.00 



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345 



Statement E — Continued. 



TREABTJIIT DEPARTMENT — continued. 

February, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, February 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, February 

Homer Peele, teller, salary, February. 

H. R. Williamson, institution clerk, salary, February 

H. B. Cooley, bond clerk, salary. February --- 

Mrs. William D. Martin, stenographer, salary, February. 
Eva Warters, corporation clerk, salary, February 

March, 1918. 

H. R. Lacy. State Treasurer, salary, March 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, March 

Homer Peele, teller, salary, March 

H. R. Williamson, institution clerk, salary, March 

H. B. Cooley, bond clerk, salary, March 

Mrs. William D. Martin, stenographer, salary, March 

Eva Warters, corporation clerk, salary, March 

April, 1918. 

H. R. Lacy. State Treasurer, salary, .\pril 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, April 

Homer Peele, teller, salary, April... 

H. R. Williamson, institution clerk salary, April 

H. B. Cooley. bond clerk, salary, April 

Mrs. W. D. Martin, stenographer, salary, April 

Eva Warters, corporation clerk, salary, April 

May, 1918. 

Homer Peele, teller, salary. May 

H. H. Cooley, bond clerk, salary. May... 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary. May 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary. May 

H. R. Williamson, institution clerk, salary. May 

Mrs. W. D. Martin, stenographer, salary. May 

Eva Warters, corporation clerk, salary. May 

June, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, June 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, June 

H. R. Williamson, teller, salary, June 

H. B. Cooley, institution clerk, salary, June 

Mrs. W. D. Martin, stenographer, salary, June 

Eva Warters, corporation clerk, salary, June 

July, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, July... 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, July 

H. R. Williamson, teller, salary. July 

H. B. Cooley, bond clerk, salary. July 

Eva Warters, corporation clerk, salary, July 

Mrs, W. D. Martin, stenographer, salary, July. 

August, 1918. 

B. U. Lacy. State Treasurer, salary, August 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, August 

H. R. Williamson, teller, salary, August... 

W. W. Newman, institution clerk, salary, August 

H. B. Cooley, bond clerk, salary, August 

Mrs. William D. Martin, stenographer, salary, August... 
Misa Eva WarterB, corporation clerk, salary, August 



291.06 
20S.33 
150.00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
100.00 



291.06 
208.33 
150.00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
100.00 



291.66 
208.33 
150.00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
100.00 



150.00 
125.00 
291.66 
208.33 
125.00 
100.00 
100.00 



291.66 
208. 33 
150.00 
125.00 
100.00 
100.00 



291.66 

208.33 

1.50.00 [ 

125.00 

100.00 

100.00 



291.66 

208.33 1 

150.00 

125.00 

125.00 

100.00 

100.00 



346 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT — Continued. 

September, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary. September _ 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, September 

H. R. Williamson, teller, salary, September 

W. W. Newman, institution clerk, salary, September 

Mrs. William D. Martin, salary, September. 

Miss Nathalia Gould, corporation clerk, salary, September 

October, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, October 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary. October 

H. R. Williamson, teller, salary. October --. 

W. W. Newman, institution clerk, salary, October 

Mrs. W. D. Martin, stenographer, salary, October 

N. Gould, corporation clerk, salary. October.. 

November. 1918. 

Charles A. Kluttz. bond clerk, salary, October 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, November 

H. R. Williamson, teller, salary, November.. 

W. W. Newman, institution clerk, salary, November.. 

Mrs. William D. Martin, stenographer, salary, November 

Miss N. Gould, corporation clerk, salary. November... 

W. F Moody, chief clerk, salary. November 

Overpayment, May, 1918, 33c. entered. 33c. drawn and paid 66c 

Total- 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, CONTINGENCIES. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
March. 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. State Treasurer, expenses to Washington and New York, 
in re bonds 



May, 1918. 
B. R. Lacy. State Treasurer, expenses to New York, in re loan to State. 

August. 1918. 

W. W. Newman, services 

September, 1918. 
W. H. MacCuUough, services on vault. 1918 

November. 1918. 

Charles A. Kluttz, services - -.- 

Mrs. H. .\. Shaw, services 

B. R. Lacy. State Treasurer, expense, refunding bonds 

Total 



291.66 
208.33 
150.00 
125.00 
100.00 
60.00 



291.66 
208.33 
150.00 
125.00 
100.00 
100.00 



75.00 
291.66 
150.00 
125.00 
100.00 
100.00 
208.00 
.33 



5.00 
42.00 
80.50 



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347 



Statement E — Continued. 



January. 1918. 

Sheriff Forsyth County. 



TBUST IXVEBTIGATION AND PROBECUTION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 

g subpoena, Ford Investigation.. 



May, 1918. 

Sheriff Cleveland County, serving subpoena. Ford Investigatit 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January. 191P. 

University of North Carolina, appropriation for support- 
University of North Carolina, appropriation for support- 



February, 1918, 
University of North Carolina, maintenance appropriation, February-. 



March, 1918. 
J. A. Warren, treasurer, appropriation for support, March- 



April, 1918. 
University of North Carolina, appropriation for support, April. 



May, 1918. 
J. h. Warren, treasurer, appropriation for support. May. 



June, 1918. 

University of North Carolina, maintenance appropriati( 



July, 1918. 

University of North Carolina, allotment from bond issue.. 

J. A. Warren, treasurer, allotment from bond issue 

University of North Carolina, appropriation for support.. 



September, 1918. 

J. A. Warren, treasurer, appropriation for support.. 
J. A. Warren, treasurer, allotment from bond issue.. 
J. A. Warren, treasurer, allotment from bond issue.. 



October, 1918. 

J. A. Warren, treasurer, appropriation for support 

University of North Carolina, appropriation for support.. 



November, 1918. 

University of North Carolina, allotment from bond issue.. 
J. A. Warren, treaaurer, appropriation for Bupport 



$ 13,750.00 
13,750.00 



S 10,000.00 
10.000.00 
13,750.00 



$ 13,750.00 
10,000.00 
10,000.00 



t 13,750.00 
13,750.00 



$ 20,000.00 
13,750.00 



27,500.00 
13,750.00 
13,750.00 



t 225,000.00 



348 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



VOCATIONAL EDTTCATION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
March, 1918. 


I 18,032.42 






( 18,082.42 


April, 1918. 


$ 9.041.21 




9,041.21 


August, 1918. 


i 9,041.22 




9,041.22 




1 8.37 


Total 


$ 36 164.85 






WEI0HT8 AND MEABUKEB. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1917. 






t 8.37 


January, 1918. 


t 8.33 




8.33 


February, 1918. 


t 8.33 


March, 1918. 




8.33 


S 8.33. 


April, 1918. 

T. F. Brockwell, standard keeper, salary. April 

May, 1918. 


8.33 
8.33 


$ 8.33 


I 8.33 




8.33 


June, 1918. 


t 8.33 




8.33 


July, 1918. 


$ 8.33 






8.33 


August. 1918. 


$ 8.33 




8.33 


September, 1918. 


S 8.33 




8.33 


October. 1918. 


$ S.33 




8.33 


November. 1918. 


t 8.33 




8.33 








i 100.00 







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Document !N"o. 5 349 



STATE3rENT F— GENERAL FUND 

Showing the Several SotjRcES from Which the Receipts of the General Fund Were Derived 
Ddrino the Twelve Months Ending November 30, 1918. 

Accrued interest account. .; 9 288 20 

Additional State taxes. 1.033 80 

Agricultural Department _ 363,075 08 

Appropriation for disabled soldiers, refund -. 310 00 

Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad, dividends ' 37.908,00 

Auditor's Department, contingencies j 50.00 

Audubon Society | 1.440,15 

Automobile dealers' licenses ! 37.905.00 

Automobile dealers' license — penalties. , i 36 00 

Automobile Fund. 70% 374.355.09 

Automobile Fund, expenses. 17M% 74.838.74 

Automobile Fund. State Department, 12H% , 53,456 28 

Bank stock tax — general _ I 58.954.72 

Bank stock tax — pensions __ 9,964.33 

Bank stock tax, penalties... 1 .77 

Bonds. State Improven-ent _.. 57,200.00 

Building and loan associations — general .- 9.432.59 

Building and loan associations — pensions 1.594.29 

Building and loan associations, penalties _ ' 9 16 

Business college licenses.. I 180.00 

Cherokee Indian Normal School .,_ ! 300.00 

Corporations— general ; 295,273.69 

Corporations — pensions 49.903.35 

Corporations, franchise tax _ _ 119,683.36 

Corporations, ad valorem penalties _ 521 .97 

Corporations, franchise penalties , 927.28 

Corporation tax. State Department ! 33,881 .15 

Department Public Instruction, rural entertainment _ 220.00 

Express companies, privilege tax 13,239.18 

Express companies, properly tax — general _. 166,25 

Express companies, property tax — pensions ■ 28.09 

Fees. Attorney-General ._ _ 618.10 

Fees, bank examination, surplus 440.00 

Fees, Executive Department , 3,434.00 

Fees, Insurance Department.. ._ i 10,023.52 

Fees, State Departn ent .| 631 .39 

Fees, Treasury Department I 178 00 

Fisheries Commission , 38.452,92 

Fisheries Commission Board, transfer. ! 10,000 00 

Forest Reserve Fund _, 1,574 58 

Gasoline Inspection Fund.. , 84.086 95 

Gasoline lospection Fund, transfer. j 69,500.00 

Inheritance tax _ _ j 376.437.72 

Insurance companies, licenses i 36,074.06 

Insurance companies, tax on receipts ' 415,675.49 

Interest on bank balances 32,179 73 

Land titles, registration and assurance of .J 6.30 

Laws and Joumals, sale of , 501 .10 

Loan to State _ ' 80,000 00 

Mansion and grounds, refund _ _ I 7 59 

Mercantile agencies ' 500 00 

Negro Agricultural and Mechanical College _-- 16.500 00 

Newsdealers on trains. license tax COO 00 

North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station ' 30.000 00 

North Carolina Corporation Commission contingencies, refund 7.14 

North Carolina Railroad, dividends 210.014 00 

North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering K. 114.270,68 



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[Session 



Statement F — Continued, 



North Carolina Tuberculosis Sanatorium, fire loss. _ ___ I S 8,333.29 

Oil Inspection Fund _.. _ 51,285,10 

Oil Inspection Fund, transfer _ , 38,000.00 

Pension refund.. 156.00 

Piano and organ dealers' licenses j 3,664.85 

Postage and stationery 7 .32 

Privilege tax on railroads 43,856.96 

Public printing, refund _._ _ _' 38.75 

Public schools, moonlight school bulletins _ 15.50 

Railroad property tax— general... _ 295,000.32 

Railroad property tax — pensions. _ _ 49,858.36 

Railroad property tax — penalties _ 5.54 

Refrigerator cars, property tax — general _ _ 1 149.44 

Refrigerator cars, property tax — pensions 25.26 

Refunds _ 269.72 

Seals, Executive Department '• 2,993.00 

Seal tax. State Department 246.00 

Sewing machine companies' licenses— 4,601 .86 

Sketches Confederate Regiments, sale of , 14.30 

Sleeping-car companies, property tax _ _ 1,347.99 

State Board of Elections _ j 3,110,00 

State Building Commission.... _ 63.800.00 

State and Colonial Records, sale of.. 129.81 

State Hospital, Raleigh, fire loss ! 199.50 

State's Prison earnings 223,841.50 

Steamboat and canal property tax — general 382.39 

Steamboat and canal property tax — pensions. 64.62 

Steamboat and canal property— franchise tax _ ._ 522.44 

Street railway, light, and water companies — general 25,366.96 

Street railway, light, and water companies — pensions 4,287.83 

Street railway, light, and water companies — franchise tax ._ i 5,473.59 

Street railway, light, and water companies — penalties 5.17 

Supreme Court Reports, sale of , 3,843.32 

Telegraph companies' privilege tax 8,227.86 

Telegraph companies' property tax — general 2,360.24 

Telegraph companies' property tax — pensions 398.91 

Telephone companies' property tax — general 7,646.40 

Telephone companies' property tax — pensions 1,292.57 

Telephone companies' property tax — penalties 5.06 

Telephone companies, tax on receipts _. 32,267.39 

Trade mark registration fees ._ __ 19.40 

Vocational Education Fund 36,164.85 

State Guard, refund... 7,600.00 

State taxes received from sheriffs— general 1,742,096.74 

State taxes received from sheriffs— income ._ 109,285.15 

State taxes received from sheriffs — pensions.. , 300,150.66 

Indigent pupils expenses received from sheriffs. — 8,328.50 

Total $ 6,214,731.21 



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351 



STATEMENT G— GENERAL FUND 



Showing the Different Purposes for Which Disbursements of the Pubuc Fund Were Made 
During the Twelve Months Ending November 30, 1918. 



Adjutant General 

Agricultural Department.. 

Agricultural societies 

Appalachiar 
Appropriati( 
Appropriati* 
Appropriatit 
Appropriati( 
Appropriatii 



Fraininft School.. 

I for disabled soldiers 

1 for public high schools 

. for public schools 

I for public schools, Equalizing Fund... 

I for rural libraries 

Auditor's Department _. 

Auditor's Department, contingencies 

Audubon Fund 

Automobile Fund 

Board of Internal Improvements 

Bonds. 4Tc. Jul.v, 1910 

Bonds, .State improvements 

Capitol Square 

Capital punishment 

Caswell Training School 

Cherokee Normal School of Robeson County 

Code Commission _ 

Colored Normals _ 

Commissioner of Insurance 

Commissioner of Labor and Printing 

Commissioner of Labor and Printing, contingencies.. 

Confederate Women's Home 

Contingencies 

Convicts _ 



Cooperative Purchasing Committee.. 

Cultowhee Normal and Industrial School 

Department of Public Instruction 

Department of Public Instruction, contingencies 

Department of Public Instruction, rural entertainment.. 

East Carolina Teachers' Training .School 

Elkin and Alleghany Railroad Co _ 

Executive Department 

Farm-life schools 

Fisheries Commission Board 

Freight, express, and drayage 

Fuel, lights, and water _ _ 

Fugitives from justice 

Gasoline Inspection Fund 

General AssemVjly. contingencies 

Hog-cholera serum. 

Indigent pupils 

Inheritance tax, refund 

Insurance on State property 

Interest account, special 

Judiciary 

Laborers' pay-roll 

I-cgal 8er\'ices and expenses 

Legislative Examining Committee 

Loan to State. 

Mansion and grounds 

Mansion servant hire... 

Moorea Crook Battle-ground Association 

Negro Agricultural and Technical College... 



3,000.00 

363,07.5.08 

1,500.00 

20,000 00 

17,400.00 

96.375.00 

236.000.00 

447.432.85 

1,440.00 

7,700.00 

1,478.73 

1,893.80 

33,196.87 

1,6.34,07 

250.00 

934.28 

510.57 

201 .34 

68,000.00 

3,320.50 

5,300.84 

33,224,54 

12,825.00 

5,900.00 

210.81 

5,000.00 

1,720.04 

2,803.51 

611.27 

11,200.00 

6,200.00 

465.47 

12,298.40 

60.000.00 

19.200.00 

12,000.00 

35,000.00 

44,452.92 

1,788.90 

13,554.25 

763,24 

84,086.95 

24.06 

4.984.68 

8.312.66 

2.395.21 

10,031 16 

16,974.92 

122,133.30 

18,569 76 

297.. 58 

1,602 45 

225,000 00 

9,865.81 

768.50 

1,000 00 

35,90fl 00 



352 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement G — Continued. 



North Carolina Board of Health. _ ' S 69 

North Carolina Board of Health, rural sanitation 14 

North Carolina Confederate lluseum 

North Carolina Corporation Commission Ifi 

North Carolina Corporation Commission, contingencies _ _ ^ 20 

North Carolina Experiment Station 30 

North Carolina Historical Commission _ 13 

North Carolina Institute for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind , 127 

North Carolina Library Commission _ , 8 

North Carolina School for the Deaf [ 85 

North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering I 304 

North Carolina State Firemen's Association 1 

North Carolina Tuberculosis Sanatorium... .! 73 

North Carolina ^'olunteer Firemen's Association 

Oil Inspection Fund 51 

Oxford Orphan As>'!um, colored _. 8 

Oxford Orphan Asylum, white... 20 

Paper account . 45 

Pensions, inmates Soldiers' Honie 1 

Postage and stationery 16 

Public buildings and grounds 14 

Public printing 46 

Reprint Supreme Court Reports 20 

Settling State taxes 

Soldiers' Home 43 

Special auditing account 

State Board of Education 8 

State Board of Elections 5 

State Board of Elections, refund.. 

State Board of Examiners | 22 

State Building Commission I 30 

State Department ' 8 

State Department, extra clerk hire 

State Department, land grants 

State Educational Commission I 

State Geological Survey ; 15 

State Guard I 24 

State Guard, special 2 

State Highway Commission ' 9 

State Highway Commission, WA% 64 

State Highway Commission, 70%.. -. ' 374 

State Highway Commission, rural entertainment 

State Home and Industrial School for Girls and Women , 33 

State Hospital, Goldsbcro.... I 168 

State Hospital, Morganton ' 237 

State Hospital, Raleigh 1 277 

State Library , 3 

State Library, contingencies 

State Normal and Industrial College _ ] 212 

State's Prison earnings i 223 

State's Prison, railroad stock 1 5 

State's Prison, Sunday scliool appropriation 

State Storage Warehouse 34 

State taxes refunded 4 

Stonewall Jackson Training School - 22 

Superintendent Public Buildings and Grounds , 1 

Supreme Court, contingencies ] 

Supreme Court Reports, printing of , 4 

Telegraph and telephone _ : 3 

Treasury Department - .-- I 12 



,000.00 
.685.41 
200.00 
,100.00 
.321.11 
.000.00 
.199.50 
.500.00 
.000 00 
,500.00 
.001.68 
.875.00 
.333.29 
625.00 
.285.10 
.000.00 
.000.00 
.216.04 
.764.00 
.299.39 
,503.97 
,037-04 
,248.93 
423.00 
,7.50.00 
491 .85 
.000.00 
.735.21 
285 .00 
.342.83 
.000.00 
.200.00 
390.00 
175.85 
392.86 
,000 00 
,403.81 
,152.16 
,938.97 
.468.14 
,191.49 
758.59 
.000.00 
.000.00 
.500.00 
.699.50 
.019.36 
401 .85 
.000.00 
.841 .50 
,700.00 
50.00 
.664.40 
..SOO 82 
..500.00 
.200.00 
200.00 
.991.20 
.224 96 
,610.00 



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Document l>lo. 5 



353 



Statement G — Continued. 



Treasury Department, contingencies 

Trust investigation and prosecution 

University of North Carolina 

Vocational education _. 

Weights and measures 

Interest account, 4'~f 

Interest account, 6^ 

Pensions, regular list 

Automobile for hire, licenses 

Commissioner of Insurance, ^-iolations 

Commissioner of Insurance, contingent expenses..- 

Mitchell Peak Park Commission 

N. C. Board of Health, ph>'sical examination of school children. 
Special Tax Commission 



418.30 

.60 

225,000.00 

36,164 85 

100 DO 

262,921 .00 

160,350.00 

560,946.00 

447.36 

, 254.58 

500.00 

3,752.71 

2,024.97 

68 00 



Total t 6,229,056.50 



23— Par< 1—1918 



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[Session 



STATEMENT H— GENERAL FUND 



Disbursements bt the Month, Showing Amount Brought Forward from Last 
Year, and Balance Carried Forward December 1, 1918. 





Receipts 


Disbursements 


December, 1917 




S 245,875.77 
155,989.59 
418,443.78 
270.574.91 
552,611.50 
291,048.77 
203,435 .62 
682,280.35 

1,123,440.35 
338,984,05 
561,376.88 

1,370,669.64 


S 


709,321.28 






734,723.86 


February, 1918 




386,695.85 


March, 1918.. . 


947,394.44 


April, 1918 


488,300.37 


May, 1918 


242,734.52 


June, 1918 


366,387.19 


July, 1918. 


638,102.99 




410,643.43 


September, 1918 


376,291.90 


October, 1918. 


571,329.12 






357,131.55 










t 6,214,731.21 
968,403.65 


i 


6,229,056.60 




1917 








934,078.36 












S 7,183,134.86 


s 


7,183,134.86 




1918 






( 954,078.36 













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SUPPLEMEXTAL STATEMENT 

ScNDRT Expenses. Vabiocs Departments, Other Th.vx Salaries. I.vcludes Eqcipmen 
PLIES. Messenger Service, for Two Years. Ending November 30. 1918. 

(This Statement does not include Public Printing Expense.) 



state departments— sundry EXP 

Adjutant General's Department 

Administration Building - 

Attorney General's Department - 

Auditor's Department 

Board Public Charities _ _ 

Capitol Building 

Central Heating Plant 

Code Commission 

Commissioner of Insurance 

Commissioner of Labor and Printing , 

Department of Public Instruction 

Executive Department 

General Assembly 

North Carolina Corporation Commission 

North Carolina Library Commission 

State Board of Elections. 

State Department - 

State Departments Building 

State Highway Commission 

State Library 

Supreme Court 

Treasury Department 

Cooperative Purchasing Committee 

State Storage Warehouse 



1918 



5.529.90 
5,487.53 

858.71 
2,3«.38 I 
4.00 . 
6,668.34 ' 
7,168.14 
64.90 
2,733.01 

971.70 
4,966.67 
2,503.84 I 

549.36 I 
5.382.34 I 
48.00 
13.38 
4.781.98 
3,051.84 
3,913.26 

320.21 
3.485.46 
2,800.83 



2.573.67 

5.946.31 

908.39 

2,445.99 

6.926.74 
12.143.28 
3.00 
1. 890. 79 
1.177.16 
5.096.95 
2,645.20 

4,516.88 

48.00 

84.45 

4,119.96 

3.792.50 

6.954.34 

195.00 

3,926.32 

2.855.94 

277. a5 

248. 10 



Totals S 63.646.78 { 68,776.82 



adjutant general's department — 1917. 



Paid sundry expenses as 
December, 1916. 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Southern Railway Co., freight 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies 

Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., stationery.. 

H. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

W. D. Holloway. furniture 

.Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

Daniel K. Polk, commutation 

L. G. Cherr.v. superintendent, pay roll 

I,. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



7.49 
2.92 
10.2.1 
109.00 
.50.00 
27.50 
27.75 
9.64 
10.50 
10.50 
22.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



January, 1917. 

Dobbin-Ferrall Co.. furnishings j t 

Thoe. H. Briggs & Sons, oils, etc 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 



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Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



ADJUTANT general's DEPARTMENT — 1917 — contintied. 
January, 1917. 

Southern Express Co. . charges 

Norfolk Southern Railway Co., freight 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent. 

Jels. E. Thiera. stationery supplies 

B. M. Gathng. postmaster, postage 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies _ 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies 

Peerless Key Co., stationery supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.-. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



February, 1917. 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps __ 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies., 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service... 
W^estern Union Telegraph Co-, service... 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll- 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 

March. 1917. 
W. T. Terry, stamp racks 

Southern Express Co., charges 

A. Williams &. Co.. supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

Mont. R. Haynes, repairing furniture... 
J. C. EUington. glass. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service... 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, paj'^ rolL. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L, G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roil.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 



April, 1917. 

Underwood Typewriter Co.. machine 

E. C. Brown, Agent, repairs to typewriters 

Southern Railway Co.. freight 

Walter R. Cox. express 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, box rent 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

M. J. Carroll, stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., rent and service.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Postal Telegraph Co., service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



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357 



SuppLEiTENTAL SiATEiiEKi — Continued. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL*B DEPABTMENT — 1917 — Continued. 

April, 1917. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



May, 1917. 

The Toyland Co.. supplies 

Thos. H Briggs & Sons, supplies.,.. 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Thompson Electric Co.. electric fan 

Southern Express Co., charges 

M. J. CarroU, letters. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. M. Gatlmg, postmaster, postage 

M. J. Carroll, letters 

Park Somer\Tlle. letters 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies.. 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co., furniture.. 
Royall <fc Borden Furniture Co., furniture.. 

T. F. Brockwell. repairs 

Raleigh Telephone Co., installing telephoni 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, pay roll.. 



June, 1917. . 

J. C. Ellington, glasses ! S 

Southern Express Co., charges.. ' 

Southern Railway Co., freight charges ' 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage .' 

Jas. E. Thiem, supplies 

A. O. .\lford, supplies 

Postmaster, postage. 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

A. Williams & Co., supplies _ 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage _ 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent 

Southern Manufacturing Co , repairs to desk 

Remington Typewxiter Co . supplies _ _ 

Remington TypewTiter Co., difference, machine 

T. H- Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co. service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Postal Telegraph Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _ 



10.. iO 
10.50 
10.50 



3..S.S 
8.50 
13.93 

28.49 
4.00 
40.00 
275.70 
50.00 
11.30 
1.00 
2.00 
23.00 
63.00 
1.50 
64.15 
102.60 
4.07 
201.24 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



47.46 
.50 
40.00 
6.00 
1.20 
30.00 
3.50 
139.20 
40.00 
50.00 
30.00 
1.50 
3.00 
7.00 
58.15 
2.50 
88.60 
185.53 
.88 
10.50 
10.30 
10.. 50 
10.. 50 
10.50 



358 



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[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



ADJUTANT general's DEPARTMENT— 1917 — Continued. 
July. 1917. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Southern Railway Co., freight on military supplies 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage.. __ _ __ 

Raleigh Letter Writers, letters __ 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies ._ 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Thompson Electric Co., work 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service _. 

Postal Telegraph Co.. serv-ice 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



August, 1917. 

Hill Directory Co., directory 

Remington Typewriter Co.. ribbons 

Southern Railway Co., freight 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies , 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Royall «t Borden Co.. furniture. 

Joseph C. ElHngton, fixtures , 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll-. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



September, 1917. 

Hobby's Transfer Co., drayage 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Seaboard Air Line Ry., freight, military supplies., 
B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Western Union Telephone Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



October, 1917. 

Southern Express Co. charges 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Remington Typewriter Co., carbon paper. . 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



193.50 

9.41 

.25 

45.00 

94.15 

2.00 

154.96 

100.10 

10.50 

10.50 

10.50 

10.50 

10.50 



22.96 
3.95 
15.00 
35.55 
50.00 
30.00 
27.14 
18.35 
10.50 



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359 



Supplemental Statemei^t — Continued. 



ADJUTANT general's departmest-~1917 — Continued. 
October. 1917. | 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll $ 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll I 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. _ ._ ' 10.50 



November. 1917. 

Southern Railway Co.. freight - $ 6.45 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps _ _ 4.00 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 40.00 

James E. Thiem. supplies -. -- -60 

Mont. R. Ha>'nes, work on chairs _ .- 2.50 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls. 8.70 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service - 10.45 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _ 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll - 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll ..., 10.50 

Daniel K. Polk. 15 da>-s commutation.. 22.50 



Total for 1917. 



s'eral'b depabtmext— 1918. 



Paid sundry expenses as follows: 
December, 1917. | 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 1 S 50.00 

Underwood T>*ppwriter Co., machine __ 83.03 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. tolls j 5.31 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service | 8.50 

Western Union Telegraph Co., ser\nce _ ..'< 8.54 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roil ' 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll ! 10.50 

T R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll I 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll I 10.50 

January, 1918. I 

Carolina Power and Light Co., heater _ i $ 7.50 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent.. _ _ ..._ | 2.00 

H. S. Storr Co.. t>T)ewriter repairs and supplies. , I 7.25 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage... _ ' 40.00 

Alfred Williams & Co.. supplies 7.05 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 9.30 I 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls, etc 4.87 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. : 10.50 ' 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. _ 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _ 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

February, 1918. I 

Southern Express Co., charges $ 0.29 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage _ 50.00 

H. .S. Storr Co., typewriter 85.05 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 13.10 

Western Union Telegraph Co., serWce I 4.28 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll , 10.50 

T. R. Rol^ertson, sutierintcndent, pay roll 10.50 

T. K. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 



360 



Document ^o. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



ADJUTANT general's DEPARTMENT — 1918 — Continued. 
March, 1918. 

Norfolk Southern R. R. Co., freight 

Southern Express Co., charges _ 

Addressograph Co., supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage ._ _. 

A. Williams & Co., supphes... 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage due 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, bos rent 

Edgar M. Brockwell, repairs 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls.. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. — 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

April, 1918. 

J. E. Leathers, hauling 

Southern Railway Co., freight 

Southern Railway Co., freight 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Office Service Co., supplies ._ 

A, Williams & Co.. supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. _.. 

May«1918. 

Norfolk Southern Ry. Co., freight, military supplies — 

Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co., freight, military supplies 

Southern Railway Co., freight, military supplies.. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Remington TypewTiter Co., supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., ser\'ice.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service -. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

June, 1918. 

H. Ohashi & Co , supplies... 

James E. Thiem, suppUes 

Alfred Williams & Co., supplies.,. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 




38.87 
L08 




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361 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



ADJCTAXT general's DEPARTMENT — I91S — continued. 

July, 1918. j 

Norfolk Southern R. R. Co.. freight j % 

B. M. Catling, postmaster postage 1 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postofiBce box rent ] 

T. F. Brockwell, two locks 

C. R. Boone, uniform, messenger 

T, H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

Raleigh Telephone Co . service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 1 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _-- 

T. R. Robertson, superinttndent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll ' 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _._ --. 

August. 1918. 

Southern Express Co., charges ! $ 

Southern Railway Co., freight 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage ; 

Office Service Co.. supplies 

Alfred Williams & Co.. supplies— -. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., ser^nce - 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., sen-ice ' 

D. K. Polk, fifteen days' commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

September. 1918. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service ' i 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll- _ ___ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

October, 1918. I 

Southern Railway Co.. freight on military supplies. i 

Norfolk Southern Railway Co., freight on mihtary supphes _-- 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

B. M. Gathng. postmaster, box rent 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service '. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

November, 1918. ! 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps $ 

.Seaboard Air Line Railway, freight ! 

H. M. Olive, hauling 

Southern Express Co., charges 1 



5.65 
14. «0 

7.85 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



57.63 
11.59 
79.00 
7.50 
17.25 

.87 
22.45 
11.90 

.75 
22.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



14.41 
12.55 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



2.00 
6.69 
12.55 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



3.50 
10.14 
15.00 
18.02 



362 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



ADJUTANT general's DEPARTMENT — 1918 — Continued. 
November, 1918. 

H. S. Storr Co., typewriter repairs 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies ._. 

A. E. Glenn, painting, etc 

Western Union Telegraph Co., charges 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. _ 



administration buildin 



-1917. 



Paid sundry expenses as follows 
December, 1916. 

G. L. \'inson Co., plumbing repairs 

Alderman Toy and China Co.. pitcher, glasses 

T. F. Brockwell, repairing locks, etc... -. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights... 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Roseau & Borden Furniture Co., awning. 

Butler Haywood, repairs 

G. L. Vinson Co., work, supplies 

Geo. F. Kennedy, salary, December 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



January, 1917. 

Bates-Arrington Co.. supplies 

Thompson Electric Co., repairs.. 

Butler Haywood, plastering 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

N. L. Walker, electrical repairs 

Imperial Brush Co., brushes 

Oak City Steam Laundry, washing 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc.. 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Royall & Borden Co., furniture 

Dillon Supply Co., repairs. — 

A. E. Glenn, painting, etc 

G. F, Kennedy, salary, January 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



February, 1917. 

H. T. Hicks Co.. supphes .- 

Thompson Electric Co., repairs 

Boylan-Pearce Co., shades, etc 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co., Hghts, etc.. 
Southern Manufacturing Co., furniture 




36.20 
3.05 
3.00 
58.36 
36.18 
8.00 
5.00 
48.25 
90.00 
54.00 
54.00 
54.00 
54.00 
54.00 



1.40 
3.50 
1.20 
4.50 
14.00 
4. OS 
.41 
83.56 
39.07 
7.75 
1.92 
16.00 
90.00 
54.00 
54.00 
54.00 
64.00 



1.50 
2.00 



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363 



SxjppLEMENTAL STATEMENT — Continued. 



ADMJXIBTRATION BUILDING — 1917 — continued. 

February, 1917. 

Dillon Supply Co., repairs , t 

N. L. Walker, repairs 

G. F. Kennedy, salary. February - 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.- 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll -- 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll ^ ] 

March, 1917. j 

H T. Hicks Co.. supplies i S 

W. H. King Drug Co., supplies -_. _ 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc - 

Raleigh Water Department, water .- 

N. L. Walker, electrical repairs 

Southern Manufacturing Co., work _ - 

G. L. Vinson Co., repairs - - 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies - _ 

T. F. Brockwell. repairs, etc 

Geo. F. Kennedy, salary, March. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll *. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll - ._ 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roil j 

April, 1917. I 

E. P. Stone, cleaning brushes $ 

Oak City Steam Laundry, laundry j 

Gunn Distilling and Oil Co., sweeping compound 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, freight and drayage _ - 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc.. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

G. L. Vinson Co.. repairs 

N. L. Walker, repairs 

G. F. Kennedy, salary, .■\pril _,_ 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

May, 1917. ' 

Oak City Steam Laundry, laundry... ' % 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies _ 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light 

Geo. F. Kennedy, salary. May 

T. R. Itobcrtson, superintendent, pay roll- 

T. K. KoljcTt.'^on. superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Rol)crtson, superiritendent. pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

June, 1917. i 

Oak City Steam Laundry, laundry I S 

Raleigh Water Department, water j 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights _ 

Boylan-Pearce Co.. awning 

T. F. Brockwell, repairs, etc [ 



2.00 
2.20 
90.00 
54.00 
54.00 
54.00 
54.00 



2.45 
4.20 { 
90.92 
46.44 
3.30 
1.25 
18.65 
-.53 
4.35 j 
90.00 i 
54.00 
64.00 
54.00 
54.00 [ 
54.00 I 



5.55 
4.61 
5.49 
1.41 
15.93 
70.08 
.35 
1.25 
4.60 
90.00 
54.00 
54.00 
54.00 
60.. 50 



6.78 
.35 
39.07 
54.36 
90.00 
00.50 
60.50 
60.50 
60.50 



4.54 

39.07 
46.28 
12.00 
5.05 



364 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



ADMINISTRATION BUILDING— 1917— COni J Huet/. 

June, 1917. 
Geo. F. Kennedy, salary. _ 

Handy Lee, 15 day's commutation 

A. Branch, 15 day's commutation 

G. G. Kennedy 15 day's commutation _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _- 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _, 

July, 1917. 

Oak City Steam Laundry, laundry 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc - __- 

Kaleigh Water Department water 

G. F. Kennedy, salary. July 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

August, 1917. 

W. H. Brewer Garage and Machine Works, work _. 

Oak City Laundry, laundry --. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc 

Raleigh Water Department, water - --- 

Powell & Powell, ice.... - 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

G. L. Vinson Co., awning frame --- 

G. F. Kennedy, salary. August. 

Allen Lambert. 15 days commutation... 

H. L. Shaw-, 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll-. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

September, 1917. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc '-.-. 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Thompson Electric Co.. repairs 

G. F. Kennedy, salary, September 

T. R Roljertson, superintendent, pay roll-.. -- 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll-.. 

October, 1917. 

Raleigh Water Dpeartment. water - 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc.. 

G. F. Kennedy, salary, October... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



90.00 
22.50 
22.50 
30.00 
60.50 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 
60.50 



1.92 
46.00 
57.15 
90.00 
60.50 
60.50 
60.50 
60.50 



0.25 
2.05 
46.00 
44. 16 
10.00 
22.62 
1.75 
90.00 
22.50 
32.14 
60.50 
45.50 
45.50 
35.00 



46.00 
23.60 
28.55 
90.00 
35.00 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 



60.67 
46.24 
90.00 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 



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365 



Suppi-EMEXTAL STATEMENT — Continued. 



ADMINISTRATION BmLDiNG — 1917 — continued. 
November, 1917. 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. light and power 

Raleigh Water Department 

Thompson Electric Co.. supplies 

T. n. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

G. F. Kennedy, salary. November,-. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

Total for 1917 



VISTRA 



BUILDING— 1918 



Paid sundry expenses as 
December, 1917. 

Thompson Electric Co.. supplies 

Macy it Lawler. signs 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights 

Southern Manufacturing Co.. furniture 

Geo. F. Kennedy, salary, December 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll. 
T. R. Roberston, superintendent, pay roU- 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



ndry-. 



January, 1918. 

H. T. Hicks Co., polish 

Geo. Alston, washing towels. 
Oak City Steam Laundry, lai 

Model Laundry, laundry 

Lillian Baucom. brushes 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Thompson Electric Co., repairs 

G. L. Vinson Co.. repairs 

Thomas Williams, repairs to awning 

Geo. F. Kennedy, salary, January 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights, etc 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



54.92 
52.56 
20.00 
.53 
90.00 I 
45.50 I 
45. .50 
45.50 
45.50 



8.55 
2.25 
61.40 
61.25 
90.00 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 



2.25 
3.00 
9.86 
4.50 
2.40 
114.52 
6.85 
165.25 
.75 
90.00 
45.50 
76.64 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 



February. 1918. | 

Raleigh Water Department, water I % 19.10 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights, etc .1 46.00 

Boylan-PearceCo.. Matting, etc.... 6.20 

Thompson Electric Co.. heater and lamps 10.60 

Thos. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 19.79 

Geo. F. Kennerly. salary. February ' 90.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 45.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll i 45.50 

T. R. Robert.son. superintendent, payroll j 45.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.- _ 45.50 



366 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



ADMiNiSTKATiON BUILDING — 1918 — Continued. 
March, 1918. 

Raleigh Water Department, water. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc 

Thompson Electric Co.. repairs 

Thos. Williams, awning 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies.. _ 

Geo. F. Kennedy, salary, March 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, 3 salaries increased 



April, 1918. 

Boylan-Pearce Co., towels and cloth 

City of Raleigh, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights, etc.. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., heater 

Thompson Electric Co.. repairs 

Geo. F. Kennedy, salary. April 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



June, 1918. 

Southern Express Co 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc.. 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

Mont. R. Haynes, furniture repairs. 

Thos. Williams, awning 

Thompson Electric Co., repairs 

G. F. Kennedy, salary.. 

Handy Lee, 15 days commutation 

G. G. Kennedy, 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roU. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



36.73 
64.86 

5.66 
12.00 

2,45 
90.00 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 
19.50 



11.40 
32.13 
46.20 
7.50 
1.50 
90.00 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 



May, 1918. 

Oak City Steam Laundry, laundry ! S 11.66 

Lumsden Bros., work on pipes i 11.00 

Raleigh Water Department, water 1 54.72 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc I 55.52 

Carolina Power and Light Co., gas... i 5 

Goodwin-Smith Furniture Co., table I 4, .50 

J. L. O'Quinn & Co., plants I 3.00 

Thos. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies I 12.30 

Geo. F. Kennedy, salary, May 90,00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 45.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pa.v roll j 45.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll j 45.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent pay roll ! 45.50 



0.32 
102.91 
10.00 

1.50 
15.00 

1.05 
90.00 
22.50 
30.00 
45,50 
45.50 
35.00 
46.50 
45.50 



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Document Xo. 5 



367 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



ADMINISTEATION BTJILDING — 1918 — continued. 

July, 1918. 

H. T. Hicks Co., polish j t 1.50 

Oals Cit.v Steam Laundry, laundry, towels _ 4.18 

IJates-Arrington Co., matches, soap.. __ -I 5.04 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light and power 46.00 

Raleigh Water Department, to June 1, 1918 \ 41.40 

Raleigh Water Department, to July 1, 1918 ' 46.20 

Thos. Williams, cleaning carpets 5.00 

Imperial Brush Co.. floor brushes 33.00 

Raleigh Floral Co.. plants I 1.25 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co.. supplies, etc ! 9.45 

Whiting-Horton Co., uniform, Kennedy i 30.00 

G. F. Kennedy, salary - 90.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 45.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 45.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay rolL._ 45.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 45.50 



August, 1918. 

Oak City Steam Laundry, laundry 

T. F, Brockwell, locks, keys, etc 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light and power.. 

Raleigii Water Department 

J. I. Holcomb Manufacturing Co., floor brushes.. 

W. H. Brewer, repairs 

Thomas Williams & Son, cleaning carpet 

Thomas Williams & .Son, cleaning carpet 

Thomas WUiiams & Son, cleaning carpet 

G. F. Kennedy, salary 

Pearson Upchurch. 15 days commutation... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll-.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roil 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

Thomas Williams, 3 awnings 



September, 1918. 

W. H. Brewer, work on elevator.. 

Thos. H. Briggs & .Sons, supplies 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. light and power.. 

Lumsden Bros,, plumbing repairs 

T. F. Brockwell, lock, etc 

G. F. Kennedy, salary, September 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



OctotKr, 1918. 

H. T. Hicks Co., supplies 

T. K. Brf>ckwell, repairs 

Oak City .Steam Laundry, laundry 

Batcs-.Arrington Co.. soap 

Raleigh Water Department. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light and power.. 

T. W. Dobbin Co., furnishings 

Thompson Electric Co., supplied, etc 

G. L. \'inson Co., supplies, etc 



2.28 
16.95 
46.00 
47.80 
20.00 
8.30 
4.65 
11.55 
20.00 , 
90.00 
22.50 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 
46.50 



1.80 
3.55 
46.00 
91.80 
7.00 
90.00 
45.50 
45.50 I 
45.. 50 
45.. 50 I 



4.17 
2.80 
95.04 
40.0(1 
3.50 
1. 00 
4.50 



368 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



ADMINISTRATION BUILDING — 1918 — continued. 

October. 1918. 

Young & Hughes, repairs 

A. E. Glenn, work.._. 

G. F. Kennedy, salary, October 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



-general's department — 1917 



Paid sundry expenses i 
December, 1916. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service.... 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 



January. 1917. 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, box rent 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service. .- 
L. G. Cherry, superintenednt. pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roU.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 



6.00 
7.50 
90.00 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 
45.50 



November, 1918. 

Haleigh Water Department ' $ 58.95 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. light and power ' 45.56 

Cross & Linehan Co.. uniforms, employees 52.50 

T. F. Brockwell. repairs 2.70 

Thos. Williams & Son. work 1.00 

T. W. Dobbin Co.. supplies 1.75 

Thompson Electric Co.. supplies 1.15 

Otis Elevator Co., material and labor 302.37 

G. F. Kennedy, salary, November 90.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 45.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 45.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 45.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 45.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 45.50 



6.65 
1.76 
7.00 
7.00 
7.00 
7.00 
7.00 



1.50 
13.90 
7.00 
7.00 
7.00 
7.00 



February, 1917. 

H. S. StorrCo.. stationery supplies 5 2.00 

Jas. E. Thiem. stationery supphes _ | 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage - 25.00 

Raleigh Telephone Co.. rent - 15.00 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service - 7-10 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll ' 7.00 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 1 7.00 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 7.00 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... _. ; 7.00 



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Document Xo. 5 



369 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



attorxet-general'b department — 1917 — continued. 
March. 1917. 

Alderman China and Toy Co.. pitcher { 

A. WilliamB & Co.. supplies....'. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



April. 1917. 

Peerless Key Co.. supplies... 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

A. Williams & Co. .supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., rent 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 



May, 1917. 

.\. Williams & Co.. supplies 

Remington Tj^ewriter Co., machine 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

June. 1917. 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, box rent 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T, R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



July, 1917. 

A. WilliamB & Co.. supplies 

Jas. E. Thiem. supplies 

Remington Typewriter Co.. supplies 

Royall & Borden, furniture 

Thos. R. Williams, awning. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



5.00 
1.50 
2.25 
5.50 



7.00 
10.50 



2.00 
81.00 

5.50 
10.. 50 i 
10.50 i 
10.50 i 
10.50 [ 



4.50 
25.00 
1.50 
5.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10. .50 
10.50 
10.50 



3.00 
29.00 
6.00 
6.65 
10.50 
10.50 
10.. 50 
10.50 



August. 1917. 

West Publishing Co.. subscription 

Hill Directory Co.. directory 

.\. Williams & Co.. stationery supplies.. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service... 



21— Part 1—1918 



370 



DoCUJIEKT No. 5 



[Session 



Sdpplemental Statement — Continued. 



attorney-general's department — 1917 
August, 1917. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



September, 1917. 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

B. M, Catling, postmaster, box rent -.. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

S, Newton Dunston, 15 days commutation.. 
T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 



October, 1917. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service.. — 

Raleigh Telephone Co.. service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

T, R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



10.50 I 
10.50 j 
10.60 



4.25 
1.60 
5.50 
22.60 
10.50 
10.60 
10.60 



22.60 
5.50 
.92 
10.50 
10.60 
10.50 
10.50 



November, 1917, 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Jas. E, Thiem, supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

T, R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



32,00 
.30 
5.50 
3.71 
10.50 
10.50 
10.60 
10.50 



attorney-general's department— 1918. 



Paid sundry expenses as follow 
December, 1917. 
Young & Hughes, repairs 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies .-. 

Remington Typewriter Co., supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service -. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T, R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

January, 1918. 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, box rent 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service --- 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls, etc 

T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



3.16 
2.00 
7.00 I 
6.90 I 
1.16 I 
10.50 i 
10.60 
10.50 
10.50 
10.60 



1.60 
5.50 j 
1.28 I 
10.80 j 
10.50 I 
10.60 
10.60 



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JOCl'.MENT 



Xo. 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



ATTORN ET-GENEBAL*8 DEPABTMENT — 1918 — continued. 

February, 1918. 

J. E. Tliiem. stationery supplies _ 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll — 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



March. 1918. 

B. M. Gatline- postmaster, box rent 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. _ _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll - 

T. R. Roberteon, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, miecellaneous salary increase.. 



May. 1918. 
Jas. E. Thiem, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls.. , 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roU. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

June. 1918. 

Jas. E. Thiem, supplies 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies , 

J. S. Wiggs, wind shields 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

S. N. Dunston, 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 
T. R. Robertson, 'superintendent, pay roll. 



July, 1918. 
J. E. Thiem. supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postoffice box rent.. 

C. R. Boone, uniform, messenger 

Raleigh Telephone Co.. service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., aenice 

T. R. Roberteon, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Roberteon, superintendent, pay roll 

T- R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. K. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



3.65 

5.50 ; 

10.50 I 
10.50 I 
10.50 I 
10.50 



1.50 
5.75 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



April. 1918. I 

H. S. StorrCc, office supplies ' $ 

B, M. Catling, postmaster, postage — 

B. M . Catling, postmaster, postage 

J. E. Thiem. supplies. 

A. Williams & Co., supplies .65 

Western Union Telegraph Co.,... 3.13 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 6.05 j 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.,. _ 10.50 I 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 | 

T. R. Roberteon, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 



372 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



attorney-general's department — 1918 — continued. j 

August, 1918. 

Southern Express Co.. charges $ 0.62 

J. E. Thiem. stationery suppliea,- j .80 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service I 5.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll I 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll __ I 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendnet. pay roll- 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 



September. 1918. 

J. E. Thiem. stationery supplies 

Thompson Electric Co., fan, etc 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

October. 1918. 
B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., dictionary 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll- 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



November, 1918. 
Hill Directory Co., directory 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



5.00 
32.45 

7.85 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



35.00 
S.OO 
1.50 
5.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.60 



6.00 
5.50 
.25 
10.50 
10.60 
10.50 
10.60 
10.50 



auditor 8 DEPART.ME 



-1917. 



Paid sundry expenses i 
December. 1916. 

Raleigh Letter Writers, work 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Mont. R. Haynes, repairs to furniture... 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 
L G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.-. 



5.00 

.50 

11.06 

1.70 
10.50 
10.50 
10.60 
10.50 
10.50 



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DocuxrENT Xo. 5 



373 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



auditor's department— 1917 — continued. 
January, 1917. 

S. J. Hawkins, washing towels _ 

Southern Express Co., charges.. _ 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, bos rent — _ _ 

E. R. Carroll, manager, letters _._ 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, postage 

Neidich Process Co., supplies 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll _ 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. _ 



February. 1917. 

Peerless Key Co., supplies 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

J. H. Gill, grate 

A. Williams & Co., Stationery supplies. 

Raleigh Telephone Co.. rent 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service. .. 
Western Union Telegraph Co., service... 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll,. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 



May. 1917. j 

C E. Whitney, two maps % 

Dobbin-Ferrall Co.. carpet sweeper j 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., repairs I 



2.00 
1.35 
50.00 

7.00 
10.50 I 
9.85 i 
2.25 j 
1.25 I 
10.50 I 
10.50 I 
10.50 
10.50 



14.50 , 
1. 00 , 
6.00 I 
18.60 , 
15.00 ! 
8.90 ! 
3.42 I 
10.50 ' 
10.50 I 
10.50 j 
10.50 I 



March. 1917. , 

Capitol Drug Stores, supplies... ! $ 6 

A. Freeman, hauling ._ 

Jas. E. Thiem, stationery suppUes _ 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage.. ' 50.00 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies 93.75 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service ' 5.50 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls... 1.75 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

L. G. Cherri', superintendent, pay roll... ' 10.50 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll _ 10.50 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 10.50 



April, 1917. I 

S. J. Hawkins, laundry... ..| $ 1.50 

Geo. Harris, cleaning rugs ' 10.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent ' 2.00 

Raleigh Letter Writers, letters _ ' 1.50 

A. Williams & Co., supplies.. 14.60 

Southern Bell Telegraph and Telephone Co., rent , 5.50 

Western Union Telegraph Co. service 2. 61 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll I 10.50 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 10.50 

L. G. Cherry, suiwrintendent. pay roll I 10.50 ' 



374 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Sltplemental Statement — Continued. 



auditor's repartment — 1917 — continued. 
May, 1917. 

Remington Typewriter Co., repairs 

Raleigh Letter Writers, letters.. _. 

A. Williams & Co., supplies - 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. -. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll _. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



June, 1917. 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent-. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co., service- 
Western Union Telegraph Co., f 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll-. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.- 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



July, 1917, 

S. J. Hawkins, washing towels 

Remington Typewriter Co., supplies 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps. _. 

Boylan Pearce Co., suppUes.- 

Barnes Printing and Stamp Co., rubber stamps.. 

A. Williams & Co., equipment and supplies _. 

Remington Typewriter Co., supplies 

J. S. Wiggs, locks and repairs 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service. - 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.- 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roU 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



August, 1917. 

Hill Directory Co., directory 

Southern Express Co., charges. 

Jas. E. Thiem. supplies... 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Commercial Printing Co., special stationery.. 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies... 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

S. J. Hawkins, 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll — 



September, 1917. 
Barnes Printing and Stamp Co., stamps.. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage -- 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 



8.25 
1.50 
18.30 
50.00 
17.50 
2.27 
10.60 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



4.25 
2.00 
10.90 
12.55 
1.25 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



1.60 

10.00 

.30 

3.00 

.75 

638.00 

7.70 

28.50 

14.05 

5.16 

10:50 

10.50 

10.50 

10.50 



3.05 

.95 

30.00 

7.75 
16.30 

2.81 
22.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



3.25 
50.00 
1.00 



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375 



Supplemental Statement — Continned. 



AFDlTOR'a DEPARTMENT — 1917 — Continued. 
September. 1917. 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, box rent % 

Remington Typewriter Co., 

A. E. Glenn, staining cases 

Western Union Telegraph Co., toUs— 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 1 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll ' 



November. 1917. 

Burroughs .\dding Machine Co 

Raleigh Letter Writers. letters _ 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

Boylan-Pearce Co.. five rugs 

Mont. R. Haynes. work on chair 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service , 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay rolL 



auditor's depart-MUNt— 1918. 

Paid sundry expenses as follows 
December. 1917. 

E. F. Pesrud. court calendar _ 

Remington TypewTiter Co.. supplies 

Remington Typewriter Co.. supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co.. furniture 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



2.00 
1.32.25 
.5.00 
2.93 
8.70 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



October. 1917. 

.Stephen Hawkins, washing towels ' S 1.50 

X. L. Walker, supplies [ 5.50 

Raleigh Letter Writers, letters ! 1.50 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service... 2.12 

Raleigh Telephone Co., service... I 22.50 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service j 9.65 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll | 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll , 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 1 10.50 



6.50 
1.50 
40.00 
174.50 
3.25 
3.27 
11.30 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



1.00 j 
80.00 

2.70 
50.00 
17.50 

8.35 

4.99 
10. .50 
10.. 50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



376 



Document Xo. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Contiiiued. 



auditor's department — 1918- 
January, 1918. 

S. J. Hawkins, washing towels 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lamps 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent __ 

Raleigh Letter Writers, letters 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Alfred Williams & Co., supplies — 

Thompson Electric Co., repairs 

Boylan-Pearce Co., rugs - 

Thompson Electric Co., lamp and cord 

J. S. Wiggs. file case 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 



February, 1918. 

Capitol Drug Store, brushes - 

Mrs. E. M. Uzzell, binding reports 

J. E. Thiem, supplies... 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Roberston. superintendent, pay roll. 



March. 1918. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

H. S, Storr Co., supplies.....'. 

Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., warrants. 

A. Williams & Co., supplies. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Mont. R. Haynes. repairing furniture 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 



April, 1918. 

S. J. Hawkins, washing towels. 

Thiem & Birdsong Co.. matches 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., work on n 

A. Williams & Co., supplies... 

M. R. Haynes, repairing furniture 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service.. 

Postal Telet-raph-Cable Co., service... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



1.50 
6.00 
2.00 
3.00 
50.00 
64.75 
9.00 
38.00 



22.75 
6.63 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



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371 



Supplemental Statement — Gontmued, 



auditor's department — 1918 — continued. I 

May, 1918. 

Capitol Drug Store, soap. , t 

Macy & Lawler, lettering machine case 

Jake Merritt. hauling 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage , 

L. J. Cowie & Co.. supplies... , 

Jas. E. Thiem. supplies 

Remington Typewriter Co., supplies 

Remington Typewriter Co., difference on machines 

Alfred Williams & Co.. supplies 

Royal! & Borden Furniture Co., supplies ' 

Thompson Electric Co., repairs ._ 

N. L. Walker, repairs _ ' 

Felt & Tarrant Manufacturing Co., comptometer 1 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls. j 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service ...I 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll ..] 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll --[ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll , 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll [ 



June, 1918. 

Felt & Tarrant Manufacturing Co 

W. T. Terry, supplies.. 

H. S. .Storr Co., supplies 

A. WiUiams & Co.. supplies 

N. L. Walker, lamp 

T. F. Brockwell. key. etc 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



for comptometer 1 $ 



July, 1918. 

S. J. Hawkins, washing towels. ( 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage due 

Commercial Printing Co.. stationery 

H. S. Storr Co.. stationery supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, post oflBce box rent 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

Raleigh Telephone Co.. service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



August, 1918. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage j S 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. stationery 



J. E. Thie 
Remtngtoi 
Remingtoi 
A. Williarr 
Thompsor 
Western U 



n. stationery supplies 

Typewriter Co., supplies.. 

Typewriter Co., difference 

s & Co., supplies 

Electric Co.. lamp, etc 

lion Telegraph Co.. time sf 



7.05 
22.20 
1.00 



378 



Document Xo. 5 



[Session 



Stipplementai, Statement — Continued. 



auditor's department — 1918 — n 
August, 1918. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., time service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

S. J. Hawkins. 15 days commutation- - 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



September, 1918. 

Thiem & Birdsong Co., matches 

J. E. Thiem, stationery supplies 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Cross & Linehan Co., uniform, messenger.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

Octobei, 1918. 

Stephen Hawkins, laundry 

E. R. Carroll, circulars -. 

Remington Typewriter Co.. supplies.. 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Young & Hughes, repairs, etc 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



November. 1918. 

Hill Directory Co., directory 

Southern Express Co., charges 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co., furniture 

Thompson Electric Co., supplies and wiring.. 

Thompson Electric Co., heater 

McDonald & Thomas, flooring, etc 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



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DOCI'MENT Xo. 5 



379 



Sltplementai, Statement — Continued. 



OF PUBLIC I 



Paid sundry expeni 
January, 1917. 
B. M. Galling, postmaster, box rent-. 
A. Williams & Co., stationery supplie 




February, 1917. ! 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies $ 



CAPITOL BUILDING — 1917. 



1.25 
4.00 



Paid sundry expenses as foil 
December, 1916. 

W. R. Mann & Co., matches 

N. L. Walker, repairs. _ 

The Antozone Chemical Co., disinfectant 

The Capitol Drug Store, soap... 

Sanitary Laundry, laundry 

Andrew Burnett, work 

India Alkali Works, cleaning compound 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Selig Chemical and Distilling Co., mch. fluid- 
Tom Williams, work 

Janitor .Supply House, brooms 

Ray Furniture Polish Co., polish 

J. W. Ray, polish 

Andrew Burnett, work 

N. L. Walker, flashlight 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Mont. R. Haynes, repairing furniture 

Dobbin & Ferrall, carpets, etc 

J. S. Wiggs, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.__ 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll- 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. 0. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll ._ 



2.40 
1.00 
22.50 ! 
1.85 
1.41 
8.25 
13.50 
8.25 
13.00 
2.30 
6.00 
1.00 
1.00 
8.25 
1.70 
89.43 
20.60 
8.25 
53.60 
66.95 
8.00 
8.25 
36.00 
14.00 
50.00 
60.00 
50.00 
50.00 



January. 1917. 
Cross & Linehan Co.. messenger's unifor 

W. B. .Mann & Co., suppUes 

Capitol Drug Store, soap 

The Sanitary Steam Laundry, laundry.. 

J. W Ray, polish 

B L. Crocker, packing boxes 

Young & Hughes, repairs.. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies , 

Tom Williams, work 

L. G. Cherry, freight 

Powell & Powell, coal , 



1.25 
10.90 



380 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



CAPITOL BUILDING— 1917— continued. 
January, 1917. 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights, etc _.... .__ $ 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Joe Mordecai. drayage ___ 

Odell Hardware Co., lamps 

A. Williams & Co., supplies _ _ 

W. P. Baker Co.. repairs 

Andrew Burnett, work *_ 

N. L. Walker, repairs _ _ 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co., supplies... __. 

C. A. Bridgers & Co., repairs... , 

Grover C. Glenn, repairs... 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll _ 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent pay roll 

February. 1917. 

The Toyland Co., dust cleaners... 

Dobbin-Ferrall Co., towels 

H. T. Hicks Co.. supplies 

Capitol Drug Store, soap. 

Boylan-Pearce Co., towels. Senate ._ 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, laundry 

Thos. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

T. F. Brockwell, repairs, etc 

G. W. Bond, repairs to tools 

Bates-Arrington Co., cleaning powder 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Vandora Mineral Springs, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repairs 

John B. Bray, surveying square 

Johnson Service Co., thermostat 

Dobbin-Ferrall Co.. matting 

J. S. Wiggs, repairs ..-.. 

Grover C. Glenn, electrical repairs 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G- Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 




1.75 
14.87 



19.95 
24.55 



March, 1917. 

Southern Sanitary Co.. soap... 

Johnson Service Co., supplies 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Ed. Bates, work 

Sim Lee, work 

Bates-Arrington Co., matches 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamp. 

Ed. Bates, work 

Joe Mordecai. Freight and drayage 

L. G. Cherry, freight and drayage 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc.. 

Raleigh Water Department, water _ 

N. L. Walker, electrical repairs 

W. P. Baker Co., repairs to roof 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware , 



15.00 
2.10 



238.21 
55.68 



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Document Xo. 5 



381 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



CAPITOL BUILDING — 1917 — continued. 
March. 1917. 

G. L. Vinson Co.. repairs $ 

Sim Lee, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Ed. Bates, work 

J. C. Ellington, shades 

A. Burnett, work -- 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll -. __ 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



April. 1917. 

H. T. Hicks Co.. soap 

C. W. Roe. repairing furniture 

W. H. King Drug Co.. soap 

Sanitary Steam Laundry Co., laundry 

J. \V. Ray, polish 

Gunn Disinfectant and Oil Co.. Sweeping compound.. 

Dewar & Wilder, matches 

Richard Parker, drayage 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, freight 

Powell & Powell, ice, several departments 

^*andora Mineral Springs, water, several departments. 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc. 

Odell Hardware Co., lamps 

Powell <t Powell, ice 

.\. Williams & Co.. suppUes. 

C. R. Boone, uniform for watchman. 

Young & Hughes, repairs 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co.. repairs 

Ed. Bates, cleaning : 

Andrew Burnett, cleaning 

Thos. H. Briggs & .Sons, supplies 

Andrew Burnett, cleaning 

Whiting-Horton Co.. uniform for janitor 

Andrew Burnett, cleaning 

Andrew Burnett, cleaning 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 




2.50 

7.20 

2.73 

1.50 

5.64 

2.50 

.25 

.67 

19.36 

50.00 

29.76 

148.76 

48.64 

20.35 

11.00 

22.00 

3.50 

3.00 

3.00 

8.25 

17.75 

8.25 

22.50 

8.25 

8.25 

53.50 

53.50 

53.50 

53.50 



May. 1917. 

W. B. Mann Co.. matches S 1.75 

Thos. A. Partin Co., cloth.. .36 

The Selig Co.. paper towels 15. .50 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 18.25 

H. W. Lewis, rent of decoratioas 25.00 

N. L. Broughton, water. 70.00 

Raleigh Water Department, water 16.27 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 78.12 

Andrew Burnett, work 8.25 

Southern Sanitary Co., insecticide 15.00 

Andrew Burnett, work 8.25 

Thompson Electric Co., repairs 8.05 

Young & Hughes, repairs — .75 



382 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



CAPITOL BrriLDiNG— 1917 — continued. 
May. 1917. 

Andrew Burnett, cleaning ._ _ 

Andrew Burnett, cleaning _ , 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _., 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



June, 1917. 

H. T. Hicks Co.. supplies 

W. B. Mann & Co.. supplies. 

Bates-Arrington Co., supplies 

Powell & Powell, ice.... 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. light 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light 

N. L. Broughton, tickets, water 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work... 

Levi Weaver, work 

Boylan-Pearce Co., flag, etc. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

T. F. Brockwell, repairs, etc.. "... 

Raleigh Roofing and Cornice Co., repairs roof,. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

T. H. Briges & Sons, supplies. _. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, payroll.. 

T. R. Robertaon, pay roll - 

T. R. Robertson, pay roll 



July, 1917. 



ylan-Pea 



■Co.. 



Johnson & Broughton, roller towels ., 

CaroUna Power & Light Co.. lights, etc 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. ice.. 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

A. Burnett, work 

T. F. Brockwell, repairs , 

A. Burnett, work 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, .supplies 

A. Burnett, work 

A. Burnett, work 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



30.00 
2.00 
87.88 
20.00 
12.05 
1.00 
9.00 
3.00 
9.00 
3.11 
9.00 
9.00 
4.00 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 



August, 1917. \ 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, laundry _ $ 

W. B. Mann & Co., matches. .' 

W. H. King Drug Co.. aoap 

Geo. Hinton, freight and drayage 1 



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Xo. 



383 



Supplemental SiATBaiEur — Continued. 



CAPITOL BUILDING — 1917 — continued. 
August, 1917. 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. light 

Raleigh Water Department, water.- 

Powell & Powell, ice 

N. L. Broughton, water, books 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

A. Burnett, work 

A. Burnett, work. 

L. W'. Bowden Hardware Co., repairing pump 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

W. J. Bridgers, 15 day's commutation 

W. D. Lambert, 15 day's commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T, R. Robertson superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



September, 1917. 

H. T. Hicks Co.. cleaning pcrwder 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, laundry. 

North .\merican Fibre Products Co., supplies., 

Powell & Powell, ice 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights, etc 

Raleigh Water Department, water _ 

.\ndrew Burnett, work 

'Raleigh Roof and Cornice Co., repairs 

Andrew Burnett, work 

.\ndrew Burnett, work 

.\ndrew Burnett, work 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies. 

.\ndrew Burnett, work 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



103.86 
23.00 
11.00 
150.00 
10.25 
9.00 
9.00 I 
15.62 
9.00 
9.00 
11.00 
4.00 
37.50 
37.50 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 



0.60 
2.23 
27.00 
33.00 ! 
81.38 
17.96 
9.00 
3.20 
9.00 
9.00 
9.00 
4.95 
9.00 
4.00 ' 
53.. W 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 



October, 1917. 
H. H. Horton. work o 

H. T. Hicks Co., soap 

Sanitary Laundry, laundry 

G. W. Hoffman Co.. metal polish 

The Kildust Co.. sweeping compound 

W. H. King Drug Co.. soap 

O. Evans, freight and drayage 

PhiUp .-Vlston, freight and drayage 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Powell & Powell, ice 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lighU, etc 

Edgar Brockwell, keys, etc 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repairs 

.\ndrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 



flag pole I I 



10.00 
6.00 
2.01 
5.40 
4.07 
6. SO 
1.31 
2.34 
3.29 
31.50 
21,80 
91.36 
4.80 
10.95 
9.00 
11.00 
9.00 



384 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



CAPITOL BUILDING— 1917— cona'/fued. 
OctobeM917. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

November, 1917. 

Sanitary Laundry, laundry _ 

H. T. Hicks Co., supplies 

J. W. Ray, polish _. 

Jim Parrish, drayage - --- 

Wm. Williams, hauling wood„_: 

Carolina Power and Light Co., gas 

Carolina Power and Light Co., electricity... 

Carolina Power and Light Co., arcs.. 

Raleigh Water Department 

Powell & Powell, ice... 

Boylan-Pearce Co., 2 flags 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repairs 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Odell Hardware Co., electric lamps 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R.Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

Total.... 



9.00 
4.00 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 



-1918. 



Paid sundry expenses as foil 
December, 1917. 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repairs 

H. T. Hicks Co,, supplies 

J. C. Brantley, supplies. 

W. B. Mann & Co.. supplies. 

Capitol Drug Store, supplies 

W. H. King Drug Co., supplies 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

J. S. Wiggs, shelving 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



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Document Xo. 5 



385 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



3.42 
7. SO 
41.09 



5.00 ' 
9.00 I 
55.50 ' 
9.00 i 
113.62 j 
9.00 I 
4.00 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 ! 



C-^PiTOL BUILDING — IQIS— continued. 
Januaiy. 1918. 

.\lfred Williams & Co., toilet paper S 

W. H. King Drug Co., soap... - 

Joe Mordocai, drayage 

M. J. Redic. drayage - 

Southern Railway Co., freight ..- 

.\. L. Maynard. wood. .- - 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

A. L. Maynard, 1 cord of Wood... _ 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repairs 

Perry's .\rt Store, window shades 

.Andrew Burnett, work 

X. L. Walker, electrical repairs ' 

Carolina Hardware Co., brooms | 

E. M. Brockwell, keys and repairs i 

.\ndrew Burnett, work - 

Powell & Powell, ice 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

.\ndrew Burnett, work 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 8er^^ce 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T, R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

February, 1918. 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, laundry ' $ 

Powell & Powell, ice. 

W. B. Mann & Co., matches, etc 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Joe Mordecai, drayage 

Raleigh Water Department, water ] 

\V. A. Thomas, 1 cord wood 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

CaroUna Power and Light Co., lights 

Whiting-Horton Co., uniform for watchman 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Young & Hughes, repairs ...J 

T. F. Brockwell, repairs to locks and keys ; 

.\ndrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Thos. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies ' 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R, Roljertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

W. D. Lambert, wages unpaid j 

March, 1918. I 

Sanitary Laundry, laundry % 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

Joe Mordecai. freight on supplies 

Powell & Powell, ice 

Raleigh Water Department - 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lighU, etc. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., 2 lamps 1 

25 — Part I — 1918 



7.04 
20.50 
10.10 
2.10 
1.00 
19.25 
7.25 
61.50 
35.00 
22.50 
9.00 
6.65 
3.60 



9.00 
7.35 
4.00 
53.50 
53.50 
.53.50 
.53.50 
360.00 



2.13 
IS. 70 
1.06 
20.00 
17.90 
107.15 



386 



DOCUJIENT ^ISTo. 5 



[Session 



SuppLEMENTAi, STATEMENT — Continued. 



CAPITOL BUILDING — 1918 — contin 

March, 1918. 

W. P. Baker Co., repairs to roof. 

Andrew Burnett, work --. 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co.. repairs.. 

N. L. Walker, repairs 

.Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

N. L. Walker, repairs 

Whiting-Horton Co., uniform for janitor. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

C. W. Roe. repairs to furniture 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



April. 1918. 

H. T. Hicks Co.. suppUes 

Wortendyke Co.. paper towels 

Joe Mordecai, freight and drayage 

Joe Mordecai, freight and drayage 

Powell & Powell, ice. 

N I,. Broughton. water ticket books 

City of Raleigh, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc.. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co.. flag pole 

Andrew Burnett, work 

.Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



May, 1918. 

J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co.. brushes.... 

Sanitary Laundry, laundry 

W. B. Mann & Co., matches and oil 

Frederick Disinfectant Co., disinfectants 

\V. H. King Drug Co., soap 

Joe Mordecai, freight and drayage : 

Southern Express Co., charges.. 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light, etc 

Raleigh Roofing and Cornice Co , repairs to roof.. 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repairs 

Young & Hughes, repairs .- 

-\ndrew Burnett, work 

•Andrew Burnett, work. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

T, H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Soutliern Bell Telephone Co., service 




6.25 
38.82 
4.27 
1.24 
26.00 
150.00 
13.23 
80.68 
9.00 
9.00 
9.00 
84.56 
9.00 
4.00 
53.50 
53.60 
53.50 
53.50 



31.70 
4.71 



1.43 

1.57 
14.25 
80.48 
8.20 
1.60 
5.40 
9.0C I 
9.00 



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Document Xo. 5 



387 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



CAPITOL BUILDIN'G — 1918 — continu 
May. 1918. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. ., 



53.30 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 



lune, 1918. 

Hudson-Belk Co.. towels _ , 

C. B. Dolge Co., disinfectant 

The Worrell Mfg. Co.. paper towels 

Powell & Powell Co.. ice 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights , 

Andrew Burnett, labor 

Mont. R. Haynes. fiu-niture repairs 

Gunn Disinfectant and Oil Corporation, co 

Andrew Burnett, work 

The Selig Co., disinfectants, etc — , 

Whiting-Horton Co., uniforms for watchmi 

Andrew Burnett, work 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware supplies 

\. .1- Bob. spray 

.Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work... 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll . 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay rolL. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



4.00 
11.50 
11.00 
53.40 
88.76 
9.00 
28.50 
6.63 
9.00 
58.00 
60.00 
9.00 
2.90 
l.i.OO 
9.00 
9.00 
4.00 
53.50 
53.50 j 
53.50 
53.50 I 
53.50 I 



July, 1918. 

tianitary Steam Laundry, laundry 

J. W. Ray, furniture polish 

H. M. Olive, hauling 

Powell & Powell, ice 

.\. L. Broughton. water tickets 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights and gas.. 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights .. 

Raleigh Water Department, to June 1. 1918 

Raleigh Water Department, to July 1, 1918 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co.. repairs 

Andrew Burnett, labor 

T. H. Briggs & .Sons, supplies 

T. F. Brockwell, repairs .. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

India .\lkali Works. 3 barrels washing powder.. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson. superintendent, payroll 

T. K. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson. su])erintendent. pay roll 



2.00 
3.00 j 
.52.20 ! 
50.00 j 
35.00 j 
11.63 j 
54.24 j 
7.13, 
19.40 
1. 00 
9.00 
3.30 
1.90 
9.00 
42.75 
9.00 
9.00 
4.00 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 



August, 1918. 

W. B. Mann. 2 cases matches [ S 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, laundry I 

T F. Brockwell, 3 keys 1 



388 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



CAPITOL BUILDING — 1918 — coTitinued. 
August, 1918. 

Powell & Powell, ice _ 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights. 

Raleigh Water Department 

A. WilUams & Co., supplies 

Andrew Burnett, work 

J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., floor brushes. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

.\ndrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work ___ 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service , 

W. D. Lambert. 15 day's commutation 

W. J. Bridgers, 15 day's commutation 

Andrew Burnett, 15 day's commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T, R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



September, 1918. 

T. F. Brockwell, key 

H. T. Hicks Co., comb 

T. H. Briggs &. Sons, supplies 

Sanitary Laundry, laundry 

National Supply Co., soap 

Joe Mordecai. freight and drayage 

Powell & Powell, ice 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights 

C. W. Roe, repairing furniture 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Roy Burnett, work ., 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

W. D. Terry, 15 day's commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T, R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



October, 1918. 

W. H. King Drug Co., soap 

Sanitary Laundry. laundry 

Southern Railway Co., freight on supplies.. 

Joe Mordecai, hauling 

Powell & Powell, ice 

Raleigh Water Department 

CiiroUna Power and Light Co 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., work 

.\ndrew Burnett, labor 

Andrew Burnett, labor 

.\ndrew Burnett, labor 

.\ndrew Burnett, labor 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



43.20 
90.60 
15.09 
10.00 
9.00 
20.00 
9.00 
9.00 
9.00 
9.00 
.95 
4.00 
37.50 
37.50 
22.60 
53.50 
53,50 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 



0,35 
.25 

5.20 

2.43 
17,50 

2.65 
54.60 
91.23 

3.00 
12,00 

9.00 

4.00 
39.64 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 



15.45 
1.34 
4.61 
1.00 
42.00 
25.12 
86.99 
2.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
4.25 
4.00 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 
53.50 



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Document 



Xo. 



389 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



CAPITOL BUiLDiKG — 1918 — Continued. 
November, 1918. 

Toyland Co., glasses 

W. B. Mann & Co., matches 

W. O. Crocker, water 

Raleigh Water Department, water.. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., hght 

CaroUna Power and Light Co., Ught for grounds 

CaroHna Power and Light Co., gas 

A. Wilhams & Co., stationery supplies. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Chas. B. Warden, work 

W. P. Baker Co., repairs to roof 

Andrew Burnett, work 

C. B. Warden, work 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repairs.. 

Andrew Burnett, work 

C. B. Warden, work 

Whiting-Horton Co., uniforms for employes 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Andrew Burnett, work 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, s\iperintendent. pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

Total 



CEXTft.VL HE.\TIXG PLANT — 1917. 



Paid sundry expenses as follow 
December. 1916. 

Sim Lee. work. 

J. E. Hanna, work.. 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. coal 

CaroUna Power and Light Co.. lights, etc _ 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

C. A. Dunham Co.. traps 

Sim Lee, work 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

January, 1917. 

Sim Lee, work _ 

Thos. H. BriggsA Sons, supplies 

Powell & Powell, coal 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal 

L. G. Cherry, 8U|>erintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, 8ui>erintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, BUperiutendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



390 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



CENTRAL HEATING PLANT 

February. 1917. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies _. 

W. W. Willis, fire clay 

H. A. Williams, work 

Powell"& Powell, coal 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights... 

Kaleigh Iron Works, repairs 

H. A. Williams, repairs 

W. W. Willis, repairs... 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll., 
L. G Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
Ij. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 

March, 1917. 

Powell & Powell, coal 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal 

Johnson *fe Johnson Co., coal 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights... 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Standard Oil Co., cyUnder oil 

W. W. Willis, repairs 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware, etc 

C. A. Dunham Co., repairs.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.- 



April, 1917. 

Powell & Powell, coal _ 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal and brick 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carohna Power and Light Co., lights, etc.. 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal 

Powell & PoweU, coal 

Johnson Service Co., repairs 

Chas. B. Park, repairs 

Thos. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

John W. Evans' Son, repairs 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



May, 1917. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



2.20 
2.75 
2.50 
289.31 
13.40 
396.64 
3.32 
1.35 
2.18 
12.15 
42.50 
42.50 
42.50 
42.50 



240.19 
387.64 
300.00 
4.48 
16.61 
9.36 
3.15 
12.59 
13.25 
42.50 
42.50 
42.50 
42.50 
42.60 



279.09 
396.53 
9.01 
5.46 
74.74 
284.62 
6.76 
15.00 
1.1 
4.00 
42.50 
42.50 
42.50 
42.60 



1.25 
9.35 
1.00 
42.50 
42.50 
42.50 
42.50 



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DOCUXIEXT Xo. 5 



391 



Supplemental Statement — Contini 



CENTRAL HEATING PLANT — 1917 — continued. 

June, 1917. | 

Powell & Powell, coal t 163. 7S 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. coal ' 15.00 

Raleigh Water Department, water 4.88 

Carolina Power and Light Co., Ughts - 1.00 

W. C. Horton, 15 day's commutation 37.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 42.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 42.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 42.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 42.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll ■ 25.00 

July, 1917. 

Carohna Power and Light Co., lights ' { 1.00 

W. C. Horton. week's wages 17.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 25.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 25.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 42.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 42.50 



August, 1917. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

M. E. Prince, wood 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



1.00 
38.80 
43.00 
42.50 
42. ,50 
42.50 



September. 1917. 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights... ...' « 1.00 

Edward Fann. repairs.... I 10.90 

Edward Fann, repairs.. ! 38.50 

Edward Fann. repairs I 8.10 

T. H. Briggs <Sr Sons, supplies I 18.85 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 1 42. .50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 42.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll i 42.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll , 42.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll I 42.50 



October, 1917. 

Powell & Powell, coal 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights 

Sorrell & Smith, 1 yard sand 

J. H. Gill, repairs 

Raleigh Iron Works, repairs 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T, R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T, R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



368.90 
■5.81 
1.00 
1.00 
31.50 

134.32 
42.50 
42.50 
42.50 
42.50 



November. 1917. 

Carolina Power and Light Co 

Raleigh Water Department, water.. 

Powell & Powell, coal 

John W. Evans' Son, repairs 

W. H. Brewer, repairs to valve 

T. II. Briggs & .Sons, supplies 



1.00 

6.75 

401. S8 



392 



Doci 



No. 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



CENTRAL HEATING PLANT — 1917 — Continued 
November, 1917. 

Henry Smith, work 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

Total _. 

CENTRAL HEATING PLANT— 191S. 

Paid sundry expenses as follows: 
December, 1917. 

Powell & Powell Co., coal 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

Geo. Brown, wood _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll , 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

January, 1918. 

Powell & Powell, coal. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

T. R; Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll ._ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

February, 1918. 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal _ 

J. C. Davis, wood 

Powell & Powell. Co.. coal 

Raleigh Water Department, water.. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

Dillon Supply Co., repairs 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll ., 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

March, 1918. 

Joe Mordecai, freight on supplies 

.Powell & Powell, coal 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 1 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 




1919] 



Document Xo. 5 



393 



Supplemental Statement — Contin ued. 



CENTRAL HEATING PLANT — 1918 — Continued. 
April, 1918. 

N. L. Jeffries, repairing arch ! $ 3.00 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. coal I 155.63 

Powell & Powell Co.. coal , 418.95 

City of Raleigh, water.... , 8.34 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light 1.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll , 42.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll , 42.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 42.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll i 42.50 



May. 1918. 

G. L. Vinson Co.. repair work 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. light 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



June, 1918. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light.. | t 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, 55 feet of hose 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payrt>ll.. ., 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

July, 1918. 

Powell & Powell, coal 

Powell & Powell, labor. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light 

Raleigh Water Department, to June, 1. 1918 

W. E. Holland, work.. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies,. 

W. E. Fann, repairs 

W. E. Fann. work 

W. C. Horton, 15 day's commutation.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll -. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



August. 1918. 

Powell & Powell, coal 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light—. 

T. II. Briggs & Sons, 1 barrel lime 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roH. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. RoberLson. superintendent, pay roll 

September, 1918. '. 

W. H. Brewer, repairs to boiler I $ 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies ' 

Powell & Powell, coal 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. coal ' 



% 8.35 


10.53 


1.00 


42.50 


42.50 


47.50 


47.50 


t 1.00 


11.00 


47.50 


47.50 


47.50 


47.50 


47.50 


I 800.25 


4.00 


1.00 


1.60 


4.00 


5.20 


35.10 


4.25 


48.30 


47.50 


47.50 


47.50 


47.50 


$ 372.00 


1.00 


2.25 


25.00 


25.00 


47.50 


47.50 


47.50 

1 



1.25 

5.35 

825.00 

819.00 



394 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



CENTRAL HEATING PLANT — 1918 — Continued. 
September, 1918. 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. light --.. 

W. E. Holland, labor 

Joe Mordecai, labor 

Esau Patterson, labor 

C. V. York, lumber for storage bin 

Esau Patterson, labor... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

October, 1918. 

Powell & Powell, Inc., coal 

Raleigh Water Department 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light 

C. E. Horton, hauling coal 

Dillon Supply Co., supplies 

W, E. Fann, repairs 

H. M. Olive, sand 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T, R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

November, 1918. 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light 

C. E. Horton, hauling coal 

C. E. Horton, hauling coal 

C. E. Horton, hauling coal 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... — 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. , 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

Total 



423.88 
LOO 
9.60 
L50 
15.00 
13L84 
15.00 
25.00 
25.00 
40,00 
47,50 



20.15 
1.00 
21.00 
25.06 
29.95 
1.50 
5.15 
47.50 
47.50 
47.50 
52.50 



11.55 
1.00 
8,00 
16.00 
12.00 
52.50 
52.50 
52.50 
52.50 
52.50 



$ 12,143.28 



CODE COMMIBaiON — 1917. 

Paid sundry expenses as folio 
June. 1917. 

A. Williams & Co., supphes 

July, 1917. 
James E. Thiem, table .- 

September, 1917. 
A. Williams & Co., supplies 

Total 



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Document Xo. 5 



395 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



CODE COMMISSION — 1918. 

Paid sundry expenses as follows 



June, 1918. 

4. WiUiams & Co.. supplies.. 



LIMISSIONER OF INSC'I 



-1917 



Paid sundry expenses as folloi 
December. 1916. 

Jolly & Wynne Jewelry Co., clock 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Barnes Printing and Stamp Co., rubber stamps, 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., stationery. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service , 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll .-. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 

January, 1917. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent 

James E. Thiem. stationery supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service.. 

Western Union Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll , 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 

February, 1917. 

Peerless Key Co., supplies 

Southern Railway Co., freight 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies 

Illinois Printing Co., supplies. 

A. Williams & Co.. stationery supplies 

N. L. Walker, electrical repairs.. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service... 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherrj*. superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



2.50 
3.25 
50.00 j 
2.30 ' 
50.00 
50.00 
2.50 
7.00 
4,67 
3.75 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



50.00 
3.00 
1.8 
50.00 
2.00 
6.50 
3.42 
5.98 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



4.0O 
2.51 
3.42 
50.00 
46.20 
217.50 
3.10 
2.40 
8.65 
5.68 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



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[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE— 1917 — COnttHVed. 

March, 1917. 

W. T. Terry, stamps 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co.. atadonery supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage _-- 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage __ 

Keystone Roofing Mfg. Co., floor covering... 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service -. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. tolls.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

April, 1917. 

Jessie S. Phillips, supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., rent 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, payroll 

May. 1917. 

The Rough Notes Co., book 

A. M. Best Co., reports — . 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co.. stationery supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gathng. postmaster, postage 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

• T. R. Robertson, superintendent 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent 

June, 1917. 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service.... 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, pay roll... 

T. R. Robertson, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, pay roll. 

T. R. Robertson, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, payroll 



4.50 
8.34 
50.00 
7.60 
50.00 
50.00 
28.80 
8.90 
6.57 
2.05 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



100.00 
3.00 
60.00 
2.75 
50.00 
11.80 
2.13 
1.64 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



4.25 
35.00 

1.47 
50.00 

2.30 
50.00 
50.00 

7.10 

3.13 
10.04 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



9.24 
50.00 
50.00 
3.00 
8.50 
5.78 
2.54 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



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397 



Srrpi.EMENTAi. Statement — Continued. 



COMMISSIONER OF IN8CRANCE — 1917 — continued. 

July, 1917. 

Southern Express Co., charges $ 4.84 

James E. Thiem, supplies I 10.35 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage 50.00 

Remington TypewTiter Co.. supplies. 1.25 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service i 10.85 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service... : 2.93 

Postal Telegraph-CaUe Co.. service 2.40 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 1 



August, 1917. 

J. B. Jackson, hauling 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. XI. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

James E. Thiem, supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pa.v roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent payroll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll.. 

September, 1917. 

Southern Express Co., charges.. 

Isaac Brown, drayage 

B. M. GatHng, postmaster, postage 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, box rent 

T. H. Briggs & .Sons, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., 8er\'iee 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll,. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll-. 



October, 1917. 

.Southern Kxi)re.'ss Co.. charges.. 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co , service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service , 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll. 
T. It. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



50.00 
3.60 ! 
50.00 
7.85 
3.72 
3.71 
10.50 
10.50 j 
10.50 
10.50 



1.54 
.35 
50.00 
18.10 
5.90 
50.00 
3.00 
1.50 
7.27 
8.90 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



1.40 
50.00 

1.00 
50.00 
50.00 

1.66 

7.40 ! 

8.71 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



Document IN'o. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



COMMISSIONER OF INBTJRANCE— 1917— COnfinUcd. 

November, 1917. 

B. M. GatUng. postmaster, postage _ 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage.. _ 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls. 

Raleigh Telephone Co., 4th quarter 

Raleigh Telephone Co.. October 1. 1916, to October 1, 1917 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service __ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. _ 

Total 



COMMISSIONER OF 1 



\NCE— 191R. 



Paid sundry expenses as follow 
December, 1917. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M, Catling, postmaster, postage _ 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage... 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

January. 1918. 

Jas. Stewart, hauling 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 

■A. Williams & Co., supplies... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

February, 1918. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Thos. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service.-. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

March, 1918. 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

Illinois Printing Co., supplies 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 




1.47 
200.00 



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Xo. 



399 



Supplemental Statemeni — Continued. 



couMiesioNER OF iNBCKANcE — 1918 — continued. j 

March, 1918. j 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll i I 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll i 10.50 I 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _. | 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 



April, 1918. 

-Mfred M. Best Co., reports... 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 

L. J. Cowie & Co., carbon paper 

J. E. Thiem, supplies 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

May, 1918. 

H. Mahlers' .Sons, repairs to seal 

T. H. Briggs & .Sons, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



June, 1918. 

The Rough Notes Co.. Insurance Digest... 

Jas. E. Thieui. supplies 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll-. 



20.00 
10.50 

21.00 ! 

42.75 
3.25 
6.17 , 
6.70 ' 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 I 
10.50 I 



28.00 
1.00 
6.51 
5.50 j 
12.63 I 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



4.25 
24.75 
3.25 
1.35 
1.65 
8.80 
8.36 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 I 
10.50 
10.50 



July, 1918. 

C. C. Hines' Sons Co.. supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postoffice box rent.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls.. 

Raleigh Telephone Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



7.50 
50.00 

3.00 

1.75 
27.00 

6.00 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



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Document !N"o. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



COMMISSIONER OF INStJRANCE — 1918 — I 

August, 1918. 

H. T. Hicks Co., alcohol 

A. M. Best Co.. stationery supplies 

J. E. Thiem. stationery supplies 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies 

Park SummerviUe, 15 day's nommutation 

Sallie Summerville. wages 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

September, 1918. 

B, M. Gatling, postmaster, postage... 
B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage— . 

J. C. Lowe, repairs to furniture 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

October, 1918. 

Southern Express Co., charges... 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage.. 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies ^ 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

November, 1918. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage.. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies -. 

Jas. E. Thiem, supplies. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 

-T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



DEP.\RTMENT OF LABOR AND PRINTING— 191 

Paid sundry expenses as follows: 
December, 1916. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co.. service, etc.. 

Lockwood Trade Journal Co., directory 

Southern Express Co., charges .-- 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies 




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401 



Supplemental Statement — Co^itinned. 



DEPARTMENT OF L.\^BOR 

December, 1916. 

James E. Th'iem, stationery supplies.-. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service.. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service.... 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 
L. G. Cherr>'. superintendent, pay roll 



PRiXTiXG — 191" — continued. 



5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 



January, 1917. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent ^-.- $ 

H. S. Storr Co.. stationery supplies -. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service _ j 

Western Union Telephone Co.. service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll _ __- 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



February, 1917. 

T. F. Brockwell, repairs, etc ' $ 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage ' 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies. -.. -| 

James E. Thiem, stationery supplies j 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies _., 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Raleigh Telephone Co.. rent I 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service -.1 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll I 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll , 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll _.- _ i 



March, 1917. 

Southern Express Co., charges. 

H. S. Storr Co.. stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

Southern Manufacturing Co., furniture ; 
Southern Hell Telephone Co.. serWce... 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 



4.50 
40.00 
24.00 



0.81 

1.35 

140.00 

36.00 
8.70 
4.00 
1.32 
5.00 
5.00 ' 
5.00 ' 
5.00 , 
5.00 



April, 1917. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent , $ 

J. E. Thiem, supplies- 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. rent I 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll ;_. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G- Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



5.00 I 

5.00 

5.00 



6— Part 1—1918 



402 



Document ]!^o. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND PRINTING — 1917 — Continued. 

May. 1917. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies.. -.. 

Southern Express Co., charges _ --. 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. M. Gathng, postmaster, postage — 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., ser\nce 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

June, 1917. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., attention to machine 

Southern Express Co., charges _-_ 

James E. Thiem, supplies.. _. 

A. Williams & Co., supplies — 

F. W. Millar, Jr., typewriter 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Southern Bel! Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll .- 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll , 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay rolL. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll __ 

July, 1917. 

Remington Typewriter Co., supplies 

Southern Express Co., charges 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

James E. Thiem, supplies 

J. W. Evans Sons, repairs to cart... 

Southern Bel! Telephone Co., service... 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. — 

August, 1917. 

Hill Directory Co.. directory 

Davidson Publishing Co., book 

James E. Thiem, stationery supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

Frank Smith, 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

September, 1917. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls .- 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 




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Document No. 5 



403 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



1 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND PRINTING — 1917 — continued. 

September, 1917. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll - I 5.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll -_' 5.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 5.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.- _ 5.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll - - 5.00 



October, 1917. 

-\. Williams tt Co.. stationery supplies - I 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 1 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay rolJ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll-- -- - 



November. 1917. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co 

.Southern Express Co.. charges 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies -._ 

T. H. Briggs & .Sons, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Raleigh Telephone Co., fourth quarter 

Raleigh Telephone Co., second and third quarters.. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service.-.- 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



DEPART.\iENT OF LABOR AND PRINTING — 1918. 



Paid sundr 



xpenses as 
December. 1917. 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

Barnes Printing and Stamp Co., stamps... 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roU- 
T, R. Robertson, superintendent, pay rolL 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent pay roll. 



4.00 
5.58 
5.00 
5.00 



5.50 
5.10 
8.25 
2.95 
3.50 
l.IO I 
6.00 I 
24.00 ' 
4.00 i 
5.00 
5.00 ' 
5.00 
5.00 



.3.33 
2.15 
5.31 
5.75 
.81 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



80.40 
971.70 



January, 1918. 

Lockwood Trade .Journal Co., directory, 1918 - -. t 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies -- 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, stamped envelopes 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

E. M. Brockwell, repairs I 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service ' 



60.00 
299.52 
11.30 I 



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Document N^o. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND PRINTING — 1918- 

January, 1918. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roU... , 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



February, 1918. 

Southern Express Co., charges..- 

Carolina Power and Light Co., heater. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

March, 1918. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service.. 

T. R. Robertson, superilitendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



April. 1918. 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls.. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., s 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



5.00 
5,00 
5.00 
5,00 



2.66 
4.00 
.55 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



5.00 
5,00 
5,00 
5.00 
6.00 



5.00 
5.00 
5,00 
5.00 



May, 1918. 

SouthernExpress Co., charges I S 1.29 

James E. Thiem, supplies 7,25 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls... 3.43 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 4,00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service... 2.35 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 5.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 5.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 5.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 5.00 

Frank ,Smith, messenger, 15 days commutation . 10.71 



June, 1918. 

W. J. Watson, repairs to hand-cart 

Standard Envelope ,Se3ler Mfg. Co., scale 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

H. Ohashi & Co., supplies 

James E. Thiem. supplies 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 



1.75 
25.00 
60.00 
20.85 
1,80 
2.00 



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405 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



DEPABTMEXT OF LABOR .0»'D PBINTING — 1918 — Continued. 

June, 1918. 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies , 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. _ _. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



July, 1918. 

J. E. Thiem, supplies.. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postoffice box n 

Raleigh Telephone Co.. service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. ser^-ice 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, jiay roll. 

August, 1918. 

Mont. R. Haynes, repairing chair 

Southern Express Co., charges ., 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

J. E. Thiem, supplies 

Remington Typewriter Co 

A. Williams & Co.. stationery supplies 

American Typefounders Co.. cabinet 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



September, 1918. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 

October. 1918. 

Davison Publishing Co . Blue Book.. 

Southern Express Co.. cliarges 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies , 

B, M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Roljertson. superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roU. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 




1.20 
1.50 



4.00 
5.00 





s.oo 


t 


0.75 




1.50 




12S. 16 




.50 




2.70 




3.95 




50.60 




.90 




4.00 




1.24 




5.00 




5.00 



% 


64.88 




2.64 




4.00 




406 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statemekt — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND PRINTING — 1918 — continued. 

November, 1918. 

Hill Directory Co., directory _ 

Davison Publishing Co., Blue Book - 

James E. Thiem, stationery supplies.. _ 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service... ._ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.- _ _,- 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

Total - 

COOPERATIVE PURCH.^SING COMMITTEE — 1918. 

Paid sundry expenses as follows: 
January, 1918. 

Citizens National Bank, office rent, November and Decembei 

June, 1918, 

Citizens National Bank, office rent, April, May, and June 

Total 



EPARTMENT OF PUBLIC I 



RCCTION— 1917. 



Paid sundry expenses as follo' 
December, 1916. 

J. F. Hatch, lettering cards 

D. W. Springer, secretary, dues _. _. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Transfer Products Co., stationery.. 

Jolly-Wynne Jewelry Co., clock 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L, G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L, G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

January, 1917. 

Underwood Typewriter Co.. machine 

McDonald & Thomas, supplies 

Thomas H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent -. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

H. S, Storr Co., stationery supplies— 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage --. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service... 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G, Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll- 



6.00 
5.00 
12.90 
4.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



2.00 
42.72 
7.00 
9.50 
20.10 
12.19 
12.00 
12.00 
12,00 
12.00 
12.00 



45.00 
2.75 
8.25 
2.90 
2.00 
120.00 
6.25 
210.00 
17.60 
10.38 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 



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Document No. 5 



407 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF PCBLIC INSTRUCTION — 1917 — Continued. 

February. 1917. 
Southern Express Co., charges 

H. S. Storr Co.. bookcase, stationery supplies, etc 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., 
Western Union Telegraph Co., 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll-. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll-. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll-. 



March, 1917. 

Southern Express Co.. charges ■--- 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Barnes Printing and Stamp Co., stamps-. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telephone Co., tolls 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll — 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roU 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll — 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



April, 1917. 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, box rent 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies 

N. L. Walker, repairs 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., rent and 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



0.87 
74.75 I 
19.55 

6.77 
12.00 j 
12.00 I 
12.00 
12.00 



3.34 

7.00 
154.00 

1.95 
29.80 

7.56 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 



25.75 
24.75 
8.99 
.50 
12.00 
12,00 
12.00 
12.00 



May, 1917. 

Peerless Key Co.. rubber keys --- $ 6.50 

American Multigraph Sales Co , machine - I 530.38 

Southern Express Co.. charges \ 5.53 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 170.00 

A. Williams & Co., supplies - j 39.95 

Koyall & Borden Furniture Co., furniture.- - | 149.60 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service - -.i 23.75 

Western Union Telegraph Co., sennce.. I I 14.72 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll --i 12.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.- - I 12.00 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll I 12.00 

T. R. Kobert.son, superintendent, payroll 12.00 



June, 1917. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage % 10.00 

JI. S. Storr Co.. supplies - - I 23.80 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage i 173.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent I 2.00 

Underwood Typewriter Co., machine | 55.00 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 30.25 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service ' 11.87 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., serWce .27 



408 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— 1917— COHd'nwed. 

June. 1917. 

T. R. Robertson superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll.. _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 



July, 1917. 

Miss Lucy Hulin. address plates 

Southern Express Co., charges 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies , 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage — 

Remington TypewTiter Co., supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage.. 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co.. furniture. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Western Union Telegraph Co,, service. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T- R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



August, 1917. 

Hill Directory Co.. directory 

Barnes Printing and Stamp Co., rubber stamp.. 

Southern Express Co., charges. 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 

Barnes Printing and Stamp Co., rubber stamp., 

B, M. Catling, postmaster, postage. 

Southern Bel! Telephone Co., service.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



September, 1917. 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, poetmaster. box rent 

Thompson Electric Co.. supplies 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. U. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 




October, 1917. 

Southern Express Co., charges 5 

A. Williams & Co., supplies ., 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Underwood Typewriter Co., machine.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co., service., 
Southern Bell Telephrme C 



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Document Xo. 5 



409 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — 1917 — Continued. 
October, 1917. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. s 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 

November, 1917. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies , 

J. E. Craj'ton Co.. supplies 

E. C. Brown, supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage, ,. 

Addressograph Co.. suppUes 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

Total 




DEPARTMENT 

Paid sundry expenses as follows 
December, 1917. 

Southern Express Co.. charges. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. 

Southern School Supply Co., supplies. 

Addressograph Co., supplies 

WilUam Haywood, work 

William Haywood, work 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., scr\'ice 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

January, 1918. 
B. M. Catling, postmaster, 
A. Williams & Co., supplie 
H. S. Storr Co., office equipment. 
H. S. Storr Co.. office suppli 
Thompson Electrical Co.. supplies 
H. S. Storr Co.. office equipment 
Southern Bell Teleph 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. toll; 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintednent, pay roll 



410 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



SuppuiMENTAL STATEMENT — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — 1918 — COntin 

February, 1918. 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

J. E. Thiem. supplies 

Thomas H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. s 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintednent. pay roll. 



March, 1918. 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

H. S. .Storr Co.. supplies.... 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, postage.. 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, box rent 

Mont. R. Haynes. repairing furniture. 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co.. furniture. 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



April, 1918. 

Underwood Typewriter Co.. difference in typewriter.. 

American Multigraph Sales Co., supplies 

J. C. Ellington, office fixtures 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll ., 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

May. 1918. 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, post cards 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

H. S. Storr Co.. stationery supplies 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postinaster, postage 

Alfred Williams & Co., supplies 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co., supplies 

McDonald & Thomas, painting.... 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls.. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 



80.27 
13.40 
.60 
300.00 
1.15 
6S.10 
22.95 
12.56 
12,00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 



18.35 
6.65 
60.00 
15,70 
32.37 
2.00 
1.00 
47.00 
11.70 
31.69 
.30 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 



53.03 
49.00 
4,00 
18.05 
27.85 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 



107. 28 
10,00 
50.00 
4.15 
5.00 

300.00 
15.80 
68.40 
21.70 
11.48 
29.30 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 



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Document x^o. 5 



411 



Supplemental Statement— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF PrBLIC INSrRUCTION 

June, 1918. 

National Education Association, dues 

Southern Express Co., charges. 

Jas. E. Thiem. supplies 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service- 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll,-, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 



-1918— coniinued. 



July, 1918. 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage due 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., stationery. 

J. E. Crayton & Co., stationery supplies.. 

The American Multigraph Sales Co., supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postoffice box rent... 

Thompson Electric Co., supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roil 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



i to clo 



August, 1918. 

Jolly-Wynne Jewelry Co., repaii 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

A. WiUiams & Co., supplies 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co., furniture.. 

H. S. Storr Co., fixtures 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., serX'ice 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., serWce 

Julius Riddick, 15 day's commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll-. 

T. R. Robertson, 8Uf)erintendcnt, pay roll.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll- 
September, 1918. 

H. S. Storr Co., o6Bce furniture 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



2.00 
48,12 

3.35 
36.70 
,75 
12.01 
27.45 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 



10.00 
250.00 
15,40 
5.40 
49.00 
2.00 
1.75 
11.99 
28.85 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 



1.50 
61.05 

325.00 
22.10 

135.41 
57.67 
10.81 
18.40 
4.11 
24.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 



126.89 
2.12 
20,65 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 



October, 1918. | 

Southern Express Co., charges ..j t 112.61 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage I 300.00 

B. SI. Gatling. postmaster, postage ■ 10.00 



412 



Document ^o. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — 1918 — Continued. 
October, 1918. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage $ 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies. 

A. Williame & Co.. stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent _. 

M. R. Haynes. repairs to chairs 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies ., 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 




November, 1918. 

Hill Directory Co., directory _. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 

A. Williams & Co., supplies.,. 

McDonald & Thomas, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., services 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., services for August and September.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service for October... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendnet, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT — 1917. 



folio 



Paid sundry expenses 
December, 1916. 

Roach Farrar, washing towels 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

Southern Mfg. Co.. wind shields 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

W'estern Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co, 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll-. 

January, 1917. 

H. T. Hicks Co.. supplies... 

Alderman Toy and China Co.. supplies, 

H. S. Storr Co., machine^., 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, box rent 

Miss Maud Reid. letters 

Jas. E. Thiem, stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies.. 




1.00 , 
51.25 
2.00 
1.95 
9.45 
20.00 
40.00 



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Document Xo. 5 



413 



Supplemental Stateivient — Continued. 



NT — ^191 7 — continued. 



January, 1917. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service... 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service., . 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 



February, 1917. 

Barnes Printing and Stamp Co., stamps | S 

Peerless Key Co., supplies 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Southern Express Co., charges.. 

H. S. Storr Co.. stationery supplies 

Jas. E. Thiem. stationery supplies 

Raleigh Letter Writers, letters.. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies.. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co., ; 
Western Union Telegraph Co., 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll,. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 



March, 1917. 

Koach Farrar, washing towels 

Peerless Key Co.. rubber kej-s 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies 

.las. E. Thiem. stationery supplies _ _. 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. po.'>tniaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. 

Raleigh Letter Writers, letters 

Edwards & Broughton Co.. special stationery, 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co., furniture 

T. F. Brockwell. key , 

Southern Bell Telegraph Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. toUa 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G, Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, suixrintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, suiwrintendcnt, pay roll 



April, 1917. 

Remington Typewriter Co., difference on machine. 

H. T Hicks Co., supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent 

A. Williams & Co.. stationery supplies 

J. E- Thieni, stationery supplies , 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage , 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. rent. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 



55.05 
.75 

2.00 
33.35 

6.40 I 
40.00 

5.00 

7.20 I 

16.90 I 

.25 , 



414 



Document !N"o. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT— 1917— continued. 

April. 1917. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 



May, 1917. 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage.. 
James E. Thiem, stationery supplies, 
Raleigh Letter Writers, work 

A. Williams & Co., stationery suppli( 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage.. 

H. S. Slorr Co., supplies... 

Southern Bell Telephone Co 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superinlendenl, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, supermtendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

June, 1917. 

Roach Farrar, washing towels 

Raleigh Letter Writers, letters 

James E. Thiem, stationery supplies ., 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage. , 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, box rent 

Southern Bell Telephone Co,, f 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., 
T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay rolU. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superinlendenl, pay-roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



July, 1917. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage... 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

James E. Thiem, supplies 

J. B. Scobcy, carbon paper _,. 

Southern Bel! Telephone Co., service. 
Western Union Telephone C 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., 

Roach Farrar, week's wages 

Roach Farrar, 15 days commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll- 



August, 1917. 

Hill Directory Co., directory 

Roach Farrar, washing towels 

H. S. Slorr Co., work on typewriter, and supplies., 

James E. Thiem, supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies.. 

Joseph C. Ellington, supplies 



» 


10.50 




10.50 




10.50 




10.50 


s 


40.00 




7.40 




7.95 




6.05 




40.00 




7. SO 




15.10 




1.36 




51.53 




10.50 




10.50 




10.50 




10. .'■0 


s 


1.50 




18.40 




1.50 




50.00 




7.00 




2.00 




10.95 




30.29 




2.61 




10.50 




10.50 




10.50 




10.50 




10.50 


% 


40.00 




4.25 




,40 




6.50 




9.70 




54.03 




14.00 




10.50 




22.50 




10,50 




10.50 




10.50 


t 


6,00 




1.50 




12.75 




11,50 




40,00 




5.50 




3,00 



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Document K^o. 5 



415 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



1917 



EXECrriVE DEPART 

August, 1917. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., semce 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service....—, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



September, 1917. 

B. M. Gathng, postmaster, postage j S 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage _. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Remington Typewriter Co.. supplies , 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service ._ , 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll __ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, paj' roll , 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



October, 1917. 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

Raleigh Letter Writers. letters 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Raleigh Letter Writers, letters _ 

Raleigh Letter Writers, letters. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage , 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 8er\'ice 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service... , 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



November, 1917. 

B. M, Gatling. postmaster, postage 

Raleigh Letter Writers, letters 

James E. Thiem, supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage _ 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams to sheriffs < 
Loan - 



Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



70.00 
2. 55 
7.00 

70.00 
112,46 

125.73 



10.50 






10.50 






10. .W 






10.50 




435.79 




$ 


2.503.84 



416 



DoCUilENT Xo. 5 



[Session 



SuPM-EMENTAL STATEMENT — Continued. 



ENT^IDIS. 



Paid sundry expenses as follows: | 

December, 1917. 1 

E. F. Pescud. 3 court calendars .• j i 3.00 

Remington Typewriter Co., supplies 1.75 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. 50.00 

Barnes Printing and Stamp Co.. stamps 3.00 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 70.00 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls.. i 3.0 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. tolls 10.26 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 4.20 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service | 26.15 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. i 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll ! 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll j 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll ' 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll ; 10.50 



January, 1918. 

Roach Farrar, washing towels 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

E. M. Brockwell, repairs 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

T. R Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

February. 1918. 
H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage.. 

J. E. Thiem, stationery supplies 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service — 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



2.00 
2.00 
85.00 
41.45 
1.25 
7.15 
20.35 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



6.50 
80.00 
87.65 
.80 
11.35 

1.19 
23.47 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



March, 1918. 

Southern Express Co., charges 1 $ 30.36 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 1 60.00 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies .-| 5.95 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent 1 2.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 17.51 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service... 8.45 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 6.42 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 1 10.50 



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417 



Supplemental Statement— Contintterf. 



April.1918. 

Roach Farrar, laundering towels 

B- M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

J. E. Thiem. supplies 

A. WiUiams & Co., supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co,, service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll,. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

May. 1918. 
Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

H. Ohashi & Co., stationery supplies.. 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. ser-v-ice 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



June, 1918. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, 1 broom _ 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. tolls 

Roach Farrar. 15 day's commutation 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R- Robertiion. superintendent, pay roll ^ 

T. R. Robertaon. superintendent, pay roll 

July, 1918. 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage ! S 

J. E. Thiem. stationery | 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postoffice box rent | 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service , j 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll I 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll j 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



s 


1.50 




85.00 




3.00 1 




10.00 




19.47 




3.85 




1.56 




10. .50 




10.50 




10.50 




10.. W 


s 


22.50 




60.00 




8.43 




2.75 




21.51 




3.90 




10.50 




10.50 




10.50 , 




10.50 


s 


10.28 




90.00 




60.00 




2.00 




1.25 




32.54 




3.65 




3.46 




22.50 




10.50 




10. .50 1 




10.50 




10.50 




10.50 


. 


80.00 



2.00 
22.44 

4.52 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10. .50 



August, 1918. 

Roach Farrar. washing towela _. 

R. M. Gatline, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

C. R. Boone. 2 uniforms for messengers.. 

Western I'nion Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Hell Telephone Co.. service 



2.00 
75.00 
24.40 
60.00 
26.96 

6.45 



27 — Part I — 1918 



418 



Document "No. 5 



[Session 



SupptEMENTAL STATEMENT — Continued. 



EXECITTIVE DEPARTMENT— 1918— CI 

August, 1918. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



September, 1918. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Raleigh Letter Writers, stationery 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., lavatory 

Thompson Eectric Co., fan and cord 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service — 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay rolL 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



October, 1918. 

H. T. Hicks Co.. insect powder 

Raleigh Telephone Co., telephone bracket installed., 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies -- 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service. __ 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



November, 1918. 
Roach Farrar, laundry 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

H. Ohashi & Co., carbon paper 

Raleigh Letter Writers, multigraph work... 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies 

A. Williams & Co., supphefl 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



GENERAL AS9EMBI.Y — 1917. 

Paid sundry expenses as follows 
February, 1917. 

H. S. Storr & Co., rent of typewriter, etc.. 

Jas. E. Thiera, stationery supplies... ... 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies... 

Andrew Burnett, janitor 



1.16 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



80,00 
4,75 
47.50 
25.50 
12.07 
2.65 
6.00 
10. .50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



0.25 
7.50 
120.00 
60.00 
75.00 
8.60 
2.00 
33.61 
6.80 
10.50 
10,50 
lO.fiO 
10.50 



1.50 
60.00 

3.45 
18.30 

1.00 
12.50 
25.72 
13.34 

8.37 
10.50 
10.50 
31.50 



29.75 
32,40- 
42.35 
10.50 



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419 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



GENERAL AS8EMBLY— 1917- 

March, 1917. 

A. Williams & Co.. stationery supplies 

N. L. Walker, electrical repairs. _ 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware 

Mont. R. Hayncs. repairs to furniture 



April, 1917. 

J. E. Thiem, stationery supplies S 



May. 1917. 

Southern Express Co., charges.. 



NORTH CAHOLIN.\ COHPORATION COMMISSION — 1917. 

Paid sundry expenses as follows; 
December, 1916. 

n:ividson PubHshing Co.. Blue Book _ 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co.. service 

Southern Express Co., charges _ 

Carohna Power and Light Co.. lights, etc _ 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies. 

Jas. E. Thiem. stationery supplies 

Beauvais TypewTiter Supply Mfg. Co., stationery 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western t'nion Telegraph Co. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

January, 1917. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., stationery 
B. M. Gatting, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Royal & Borden Furniture Co., furniture 

Art Metal Construction Co., furniture 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. (i. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. (i. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

February. 1917. 

Peerlesi* Key Co.. supplies 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lighte 

Jas. E. Thiem, stationery aupplica 

Cubhman & Denison Mfg. Co., supplies 



s 


382. 18 




2.85 




38.20 




8.25 


s 


2.50 


s 


0.38 



4.62 
10.00 

1.00 
24.50 
20.65 
23.14 
.47 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



3.00 
17.00 
100.00 
18.15 
142.16 
138.00 
70.00 
23.45 
58.94 
6.32 
10.50 
10.. M 
10.. 50 
10. .50 



7.50 
1.95 
2.01 
3.92 
13.50 
5.00 



420 



Document 'No, 5 



[Session 



SuppuBMENTAL STATEMENT — Continued. 



suppli( 



, rent . 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION 

February, 1917. 
L. J. Cowie & Co 
Raleigh Telephon 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service... 
Western Union Telegraph Co., service.. 
L. 0. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 
L. 0. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll- 



March, 1917. 

Lawyers C. O. Publishing Co.. supplies. j $ 

The Banks Law Publishing Co.. book 1 

Beauvais Typewriter Supply and Mfg. Co., supplies 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., attention to machine 

Southern Express Co,, charges 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

H. S. Storr Co., typewTiter 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, stamped envelopes 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies _ 

A. Williams »Se Co., stationery supplies _._ 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

H. S. Storr Co.., difference on typewriter and supplies 

H. S. Storr Co., typewriter 

Royall & Borden Furniture Co., furniture 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Soutliern Bell Telephone Co.. service- 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls _ 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... _ 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, payroll _ _ 




April. 1917. 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights, -. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co.. stationery supplies 

H. S. Storr Co., furniture 

Thomas H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. rent.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, payroll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

May. 1917. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Union Ribbon and Carbon Co., carbon paper 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage _ 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies. 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies. 




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No. 



421 



SupPMiMENTAL STATEMENT — Confirmed. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION— 1917 — continued. i 

May. 1917. i 

J. A. Wills, repairs to furniture -.. 1 $ 4.50 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service j 24.05 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service -. 21.57 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll -. _-, 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll ' 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll ' 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _. ' 10.50 



June. 1917. 

H. T Hicks Co.. supplies 

Addressograph Co., supplies 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

CaroHna Power and Light Co., light 

H. S. Storr Co., suppUes 

R. M. Catling, postmaster, postage.. - 

Richmond Paper Co.. stationery supplies.. 
B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. >I. Catling, postmaster postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Roljertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



July, 1917. 

\V. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights , 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., supplies.. 

A. J. Maxwell, stationery. 

T. H. Briggs & .Sons, supplies 

.Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson. 8ui)crintendent. pay roll.. 



August, 1917. 

Davidson Publishing Co., book 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

J. B. Scobey, typewriter ribbons 

A. Williams & Co.. stationery supplies 

N. L. Walker, repairs 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Emanuel Jones, 15 days commutation 

T. R. RoVjertaon, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Rol>ertson. superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, sur^rintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roil. 



37.67 

42.16 

.50 

1.50 

42.64 

37.71 

100.00 

1I7.S0 

42.88 

3.00 

1.70 

19.50 

25.69 

.90 

10.50 

10.50 

10.50 

10.50 

10.50 



0.40 
5.40 
13.85 
100.00 
92.50 
62.88 
3.00 
20.20 
23.87 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



5.00 j 
27.40 j 

100.00 ) 
10.00 I 

116.75 j 
1.50 I 
21.30 
13.79 ! 
22.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



422 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION — 1917 — continued. 

September, 1917. 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. VVUliams & Co.. supplies , 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent , 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies _ _.., 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll - 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

October, 1917. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Raleigh Telephone Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

November. 1917. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co -. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co 

Underwood Typewriter Co., rent machine 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Carolina Power and Light Co 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

James E. Thiem, supplies. 

John Byrne & Co., book.. 

H. Ohashi & Co., carbon 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintednent, pay roll -. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent payroll 

Total.. 



1.38 
7.50 
100.00 
14.95 
3.00 
1.75 
13.46 
22.15 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



100.00 
6.66 
27.00 
21.80 
2.60 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



.98 
100.00 
1.40 
6.50 
8.40 
26.35 
14.23 
22.85 
10.50 
10.50 
10. SO 
10.50 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATIO.N 



AMISSION— 1918. 



Paid sundry expenses as follows: 
December, 1917. 

Southern Express Co., charges t 0.75 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 100.00 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 5.74 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls 1.71 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 25.60 

Western Union Telegraph Co. service 13.16 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 10.50 



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Document Xo. 5 



423 



Sdppi-emental Statement — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMUiaSlON — 1918 — continued. 

December, 1917. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll - _.- ' S 10,50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll j 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll - -I 10.50 

T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll - 10.50 



January, 1918. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. blotters.. 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies ._ 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage _ 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Carohna Power and Light Co.. lights. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



February, 1918. 

Courier-Journal Job Printing Co.. stationery % 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage... 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Addressograph Co.. stationery supplies ' 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service __. 

Office .Service Co.. repairs to typewriter 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. K. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Roljertson, superintendent, pay roll 



March, 1918. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights.. 

H. S. 6torr Co., supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

H. Ohashi & Co.. supplies.. 

A. WiUiams & Co.. supplies... 

Longmans. Green & Co.. supplies 

B. .M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll., 
T. R. Robertson. su|jerintendcnt. pay roll., 
T. U. RoVjertflon. 8Ui>erintendent. pay roll. 

April, 1918. 

Mrs. B. E. Mills, brushes 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

H. S. Storr Co.. office supplies 

Office Service Co., office supplies 

H. S, .Storr Co., office supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage , 



60.95 
100.00 
19.50 
4.152 
25.98 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



181.50 

418.02 

100.00 

2.55 

7.12 

22.45 

.59 

17.35 

7.00 

3.27 

6.30 

10.50 

10.50 

10.50 

10.50 



5.46 
9.75 
100.00 
16.80 
31.40 
1.75 
3.00 
13.13 
24.60 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 j 
10.50 • 



1.85 
4.90 
19.13 
7.50 
56.48 
100. OO 



424 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION— 1918— COHfl'/Jt/erf. 

April. 1918. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage ' $ 

J. E. Thiem. supplies. _ 

A. Williams & Co., supplies -.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service _.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll .- 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll _. 



May, 1918. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

H. S. Storr Co., 8 sets county guides 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

J. A. Wills, repairs to furniture... 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies... 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



June, 1918. 

Thiem & Birdsong, matches... 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

L. J. Cowie & Co., carbon paper 

Addressograph Co.. supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Jas. E. Thiem, supplies 

A. WiUiams & Co., supplies 

Monroe Calculating Machine Co., machine. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. . 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll,. 



July, 1918. 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postoffice box rent.. 

C R. Boone. 2 uniforms for messengers 

Royall & Borden, Furniture Co., supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls.. 

Raleigh Telephone Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 



5.15 

3.52 

100.00 

18.75 
3.00 

60.00 



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Document No. 5 



425 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATIO 

July, 1918. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. K. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



IB8ION — 1^\S— continued. 



August, 1918. 
T. F. Brockwell, 3 keys 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights 

Underwood Typewriter Co.. rent of machines. 
Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., stationery.. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Office Service Co., supplies. 

J. E. Thiem, supplies 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

A. Williams & Co., supplies... 

Office Service Co., supplies... 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls..... 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



10.50 I 
10.50 I 
10.50 
10.50 



0.75 
1.60 
2.56 ' 
54.00 
155.13 
100.00 
62.76 
8.00 
4.90 
6.40 
29.50 
10.00 
14.00 
22.20 
4.15 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



September. 1918. 

H. T. Hicks Co., ammonia 

Carolina Power and Light Co., fan. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., gas 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

. H. S. Storr Co., office furniture 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 
T. R, Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



1.00 
24.00 

1.92 
50.00 
25.00 

6.50 

6.58 
19.70 

6.59 
10.50 
10.50 
10. oO 
10.50 



October, 1918. 

Southern Express Co., charges S 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights ! 2.72 

W. T. Terry, stamps and pads 3.90 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 50.00 

IL S. Storr Co., supplies .80 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 11.55 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent _ ., 3.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 18.45 

Southern Hell Telephone Co., service I 25.20 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll I 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll I 10.50 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll | 10.50 



426 



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[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COM 

November, 1918. 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, postage., _ 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

Jas. E. Thiem. stationery supplies _. 

A. Williams & Co.. stationery supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll, 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 



—m&—continufd. 



NORTH CAROLINA LIBRARY CO.MMISfllON — 1917. 

Paid sundry expenses as follows: 



December, 1916. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., 



January, 1917. 

Southern Bell Telepho 



February. 1917. 

Southern Bell Telepho 



March. 1917. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co 



April. 1917. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service.. 



May, 1917. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., 



June, 1917. 

Southern Bell Telepho 



July, 1917. 

Southern Bell Telepho 



August, 1917. 

Southern Bell Telepho 



September. 1917. 
Southern Bell Telepho 



October, 1917. 

Southern Bell Telepho 



November. 1917. 
Southern Bell Telepho 



31.44 
60.00 
5.50 
6.05 
14.23 
22.70 
1.55 
2.86 
10.50 { 
10.50 
31.50 



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SuppLEMENTAi. STATEMENT — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA LIBRABT COMMISSION — 1918. 

Pftid sundry expenses as follows: 



December. 1917. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 



January. 1913. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 



February. 1918. 
Southern Bell Telephone Cc. 



March. 1918. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 



April. 1918. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 



May. 1918. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 



June. 1918. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 



July. 1918. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 



August. 1918. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 



September, 1918, 
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 



October. 1918. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., 



November. 1918. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS— 1917. 

Paid sundry expenses as follows; 



December. 1916. 
.Southern Express Co., charges 
Western L'nion Telegraph Co., 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS— 1918. 

Paid sundry expenses a» follows: 



June, 1918. 
A. Williams & Co., supplit 



July. 1918. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., servi. 



t 0.71 

12.67 



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[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS — 1918 — C 

August, 1913. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

September, 1918. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

October, 1918. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

November, 1918. 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service.. 

Total- - --- 

STATE DEPARTMENT— 1917. 



Paid sundry expenses £ 
December, 1916. 

Toyland Co., glasses --- 

Sanitary Laundry, laundry. 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps... 

Southern Railway Co., freight 

Thompson Electrical Co., flashlight 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

James E. Thiem, stationery.... 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Satisfactory R. and C. Co., stationery... 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Mont. R. Haynes, repairing furniture 

J. C. Ellington, shades 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., 
Western Union Telegraph Co., 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll-. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 
L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll.. 



January, 1917. 

The .Sanitary Steam Laundry, laundry 

Remington Typewriter Co., machine 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage.. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage.. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

A. WiUiams & Co., stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll... 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 



0.60 
.80 

1,40 
43.99 

2.00 
40.00 

6.00 
40.00 

2.50 
40.00 

4.25 
15.00 

7.00 
17.43 
10.60 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10,50 



0.53 
81.00 
6.75 
1.47 
2.75 
2.00 
7.65 
40.00 
40.00 
27.40 
40.00 
40.00 
7.35 
2.44 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



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429 



SupPi^EMENTAL STATEMENT — Continued. 



STATE DEPARTMENT — 1917 — Continued 
February. 1917. 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, laundry 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps.. 

Remington Typewriter Co.. set of keys 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, drayage 

Southern Express Co., charges.. 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., stationery supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Raleigh Telephone Co., rent _._ 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L, G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

March, 1917. 

Remington Typewriter Co., supplies 

Underwood Typewriter Co., rent machine 

Southern Express Co., charges 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., supplies 

A. WiUiams & Co.. stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service _ 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls.. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintf ndont, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

April. 1917. 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, laundry 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Underwood Typewriter Co., supplies 

J. B. Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage 

J. B, Grimes. Secretary of State, drayage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postoffice box rent 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, stamps. 

H. S. Storr Co.. stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., atationery supplies... 

J. E. Thicm, stationery supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. postmaater. post cards 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, stamps 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. rent 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, auperiutendcnt, pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, suijerintcndent. pay roll 



3.50 

1.75 
.88 

8.50 
40.00 
127.05 
40,00 
15.00 

7.00 
25.29 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



STATE DEPARTMENT — 1917 — Continued 
May. 1917. 

Suuthern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

H. S. Storr Co.. stationery supplies _ 

George Harris, cleaning carpets. 

T. F. Brockwell, repairs 

Southern Manufacturing Co., furniture 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

June, 1917. 

H. T. Hicks Co., supplies 

Levi Weaver, work 

Model Laundry, laundry 

Underwood Typewriter Co., rent of machine — 
Levi Weaver, work 

Southern Express Co.. charges 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage... 

Remington Typewriter Co., paper 

Jas. E. Thiem, stationery supplies.. 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies.. 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., stationery 

B. M, Gatling, postmaster, box rent 

H. S. Storr Co.. furniture 

Jas. E. Thiem. sealing machine 

Levi Weaver, work 

Levi Weaver, work 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., machine 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service... 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

July, 1917. 

Remington Typewriter Co.. supplies 

Model Laundry, laundry book 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

Remington Typewriter Co.. rent of machine 

Levi Weaver, work 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Southern Railway Co.. freight charges 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 



0.50 
40.00 
40.00 
35.62 
50.00 

2.00 
40.00 

6.50 

7.00 



12.50 

4.5 
4.85 
12.00 
9.00 
117.94 



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SuppuEMENTAi, STATEMENT — Continued. 



STATE DEPARTMENT — 1917 — continued. 
July, 1917. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, stamps.. $ 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies ] 

Jas. E. Thiem. supplies ! 

Courier- Journal Job Printing Co., stationery 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage.. [ 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repairs 

Levi Weaver, work j 

Thompson Electric Co.. repairs 

Underwood Typewriter Co.. rent of machine 

N. L. Walker, repairs 

Levi Weaver, work 

N. L. Walker, repairs [ 

Levi Weaver, work.... .1 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service. 

Western Inion Telegraph Co.. service i 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 1 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 1 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll ! 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 



2.67 
51.20 
10.50 
32.50 
100.30 
40.00 
1.00 
9.00 
5.30 



9.00 
7.60 
1.00 
4.57 
2.12 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



August, 1917. 

Levi Weaver, work 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, laundry 

Hill Directory Co.. directory 

J. Bryan Grimes, drayage... 

Southern Railway Co.. freight to Chapel Hill... 

Johnson & Johnson Co., ice 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, stamps 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., supplies... 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, postage 

Jas. E. Thiem. supplies 

Manual Service and Correction Bureau, auto mi 
W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

A. Williams & Co 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage ., 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage ., 

J. Bryan Grimes, labor, moving books.. 

H. S. .Storr Co.. typewriters 

Remington Typewriter Co.. machine exchange. 

Levi Weaver, work 

Southern Boll Telephone Co.. service.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. service , 

J. J. Weaver. 15 day's commutation 

T. R. I{obertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Rol.iertson. superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Roljortson. superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson. su[K*rintendent, pay roll 



2.07 
6.00 
8.25 
..25 
3.00 
6.65 
87.50 
50.00 
.40 
8.55 
1.25 
34.75 
40.00 
40.00 
40.00 
14.35 
90.75 
51.60 
9.00 
13.00 
52.12 
2.44 
22.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 
10.50 



September, 1917. 

Wm. Heller, boxes for shipping laws 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, laundry 

J. W. Ray, furniture polish. 

J. Bryan Grimes, .Secretarj- of State, drayage.. 



1.00 
12.75 



432 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



STATE DEPARTMENT — 1917 — Continued: 
September, 1917. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, freight charges 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

J. Bryan Grimes, stamps. __ 

A. Williams & Co., supplies.. _ 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Courier- Journal Job Printing Co.. supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

Levi Weaver, work 

Remington Typewriter Co., supplies 

Thompson Electric Co., supplies _ 

Remington Typewriter Co., rent of typewriters _ 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

October. 1917. 

Sanitary Laundry, laundry __. 

Underwood Typewriter Co., rent _ 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary State, drayage 

Southern Express Co., charges 

N. L. Walker, supplies 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, postage 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps - 

Jasmine Ink Factory, ink 

B. M. Gatiing, postmaster, postage 

Edgar Brockwell. key __ 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Raleigh Telephone Co., service _ 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 1. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, payroll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

November. 1917. 

Mode! Laundry, laundry 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, drayage 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, postage 

B. M, Gatiing, postmaster, postage 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

B. M Gatiing, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatiing. postmaster, postage 

B. M. Gatiing. postmaster, postage 

Thompson Electric Co.. supplies _. 

Thompson Electric Co., supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 



4.50 
6.50 



2.55 

2.52 



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433 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



BTATE DEPARTMENT — 1917— Continued. 
November, 1917. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

T. R. Robprtson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 

- T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

Total for 1917 



Paid sundry expenses as folL 
December, 1917. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, drayage. 

Southern Express Co., charges _ 

Southern Railway Co.. freight 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, drayage. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, postage, 

H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 

Remington TypewTiter Co.. supplies.. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., suppli 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

Courier Journal Job Printing Co.. supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, postage 

Thompson Electric Co.. supplies... 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roU 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 



January, 1918. 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, box rent 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. supplies 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

D. H. Mitchell, ink 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

Royalt & Borden Furniture Co.. furniture 

Southern Bell Telephone Co , service 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls 

T. R. Rol>ertson. superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 
T. U. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

February, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, drayage 

Southern Express Co., charges 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, drayage 
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, postage. 
H. S. Storr Co.. supplies 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 




.52 
.75 
3.10 
2.50 
60.00 
3.75 



28 — Part 1—1918 



434 



Document !N'o. 5 



[Session 



Supplemental Statement — Continued. 



STATE DEPARTMENT — 1918 — continued. 
February, 1918. 

J. E. Thicm. supplies. --- 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage , 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, postage.. - 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. 

March, 1918. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co.. ribbon 

Southern Express Co., charges 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage , 

A. Williams & Co.. supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent 

N. L. Walker, repairs 

William Wciver. work 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll.. 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll. _ 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

April, 1918. 

J. Bryan Crimes. Secretary of State, drayage 

J. Bryan Crimes, Secretary of State, drayage 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, postage 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies 

H. S. Storr Co., Royal machine , 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

J. Bryan Grimes, postage 

J. E. Thiem, supplies 

A. Williams & Co., supplies 

Wm. Weaver, work 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service... 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

T. R. Robertson, superintendent, pay roll 

May, 1918. 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies